Well yeah, I'm getting really tired of posting this on the forum. I HAVE A TON OF MEDICATION ALLERGIES! So I have to do a lot of alternative things so I don't breakout in hives, hallucinate, puke 24/7, develop a wrist rash, or any other problems. I have taken birth control before and it has done a number on my immune system. I'm very small and should probably live life in a bubble.
Knowing that she told me to start taking fish oil with Omega 3 fatty acids. Look on the bright side at least I won't have any bad reactions. I take one that doesn't have any lactose in it because if I did I'd be puking all the time. Yes I am one of those people who is allergic to most of the world around her.
Sorry I made you repeat it but I think it is great to have read that information because I find medication has too many side effects and I am trying to find alternative treatments. It is so hard to find a doctor who will give you any natural alternatives. I will try the Omega 3 fish oil.
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