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seveare wheat allergy

i am 48 yrs married man with 2 children of 18 yrs(twins) living normal life.i am suffering from seveare wheat allergy for the last 18 yrs.if i eat any wheat product i suffer seveare rash all over my body with itching & also my B.P. falls & also pulse rate decreases rapidly. i was advised not to eat any wheat & wheat related products like biscuits,chocolates etc.i stopped eating all these products leading a normal life.plz reply at the earliest
  D.JAGADESH on 2008-03-21
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try weakly one dose of Calc Carb 10M ie. every sunday morning empty stomach..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Nat Mur 3oc can help to cure ur problem.

Dr Tahira last decade
1 1234 1 generals - food and drinks - wheat - agg. 4
2 1234 1 skin - eruptions - rash 123
3 1234 1 generals - pulse - slow - accompanied by - hypotension 1

calc. acon. am-c. ars. bell. bry. caust. cham. merc. mez.
2/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3

Cal Carb.
bread on swallowing, although it tasted good while chewing; to food, agg. wheat.

generals - pulse - slow - accompanied by - hypotension
this is just for information.no prescription.
sajjadakram635 last decade

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