I started having allergic reactions 2 years ago, I never had any since I was born (I am 27 now) the first time it happened it was when I woke up, and went for a run. and in the 2 years period I had the allergic reaction only 6 or 7 times, I did heart tests, lung tests, blood tests and everything looked normal, I even did all the tests while having an alergic reaction and all my tests went fine the only problem was the hives and swollen body (not throat) mostly hands and feet.
I got my test results and they said I am severely allergic to fish, and mild to mites and cockroach which is generally insects that appear in houses. I did something (some might consider suicidal) but the answers to the symptoms I am having didnt sound logical, so I ate fish, and plenty of it, and after that I didnt have any reaction what so ever for two month. And until know with all the tests I have done nothing seems logical to me that whats going on is an allergic reaction, I will list what happens to me, during the 6 times this problem happened, I fainted only once and thats why they did all the tests for heart including echo, tilt table, stress test. the rest of the times are mostly hives all over the body and my hands and feet swollen espacially my fingure tips I never feel itchy its always like needles pain.
The doctor also check for any auto immune problems, and also did test for lungs and liver. Everything is normal and my body as he says is very good and I dont drink, smoke.
I am kind of confused with all the test results and why this is happening because I cant find a link between all this. The last time this happened I threw up which was a new symptom that made me think that its not allergy, and my vision became blurry for 15 minutes I started seeing everything in squared shapes.
I also did kidney tests and the results are fine, the only time I did have a bad results where when I did liver test during the time I was having the reaction and the tests came 200 points higher than the average and the doctor told me its because of the reaction you are having.
Can anyone help me get a link between all this?