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Chicken Meat Allergy

Posted In: Allergies 241 Replies
  • Posted By: angelluvbug82
  • December 28, 2006
  • 08:58 PM

Anyone have or come into contact with chicken meat allergy? I have eaten chicken all my life but lately seem to be getting sick only after eating chicken. I know its not common at all so i was looking for some people who actually have it.

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  • I have been allergic to chicken all my life. If I eat it, after about 5 minutes I produce excess saliva and about 2 minutes later, I throw it up. After that, I'm fine.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 30, 2007
    • 00:42 PM
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  • Anyone have or come into contact with chicken meat allergy? I have eaten chicken all my life but lately seem to be getting sick only after eating chicken. I know its not common at all so i was looking for some people who actually have it.Yeah- I just became allergic to beef, chicken, brown rice, soy, sesame, and I had been allergic to seafood for a while. Drugs and leaky gut syndrome can do that. The funny thing is- it does not always show in allergy tests.Stay away from the offending foods, as they can suddenly make you go unconscious and died.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 30, 2007
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  • I ate chicken all of the time when I was younger. I was constantly sick throwing up, having horrible stomach pains, and other stomach issues. Finally figured out it was chicken. I am allergic to chicken and turkey. It's now 15 years later and I still can't eat it. When I had allergy tests done they both came up as being allergic to them. Everyone thinks I'm crazy when I tell them about that allergy. I also have to be careful w/soups that are made w/chicken broth- get very sick from those too!
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    • February 4, 2007
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  • I have been alergic to chicken and turkey as long as I can remember (I'm 34 now). I have no problem with chicken eggs and can tolerate some chicken broth-based soups. As a previous poster suggested...people look at you like you're nuts when you tell them about it. I'm also allergic to fresh fruit and raw vegetables (I believe that's called oral allergy syndrome). It sucks not being able to eat so many commonly served meals (chicken, salad, fruit cup, etc). I have a twin brother with the same allergies. I've done a lot of google searches and this forum is one of the few hits for being allergic to chicken. I've learned to avoid chicken and the other problem foods, so it doesn't seem like a big deal anymore. Actually, I feel quite sorry for people allergic to dairy or wheat products.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 28, 2007
    • 03:56 AM
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  • I just found this site on the web and actually feel really good about finding it. I to can eat chicken and turkey from time to time and be fine, but then other times within 5 minutes I get really sick and vomit for 5-10 minutes. I then feel week and tired adn can't eat, but am usually extremenly thirsty. Mine seems quite strange as if my wife cooks fried chicken I am always fine, but if I eat at some resteraunts, either chains, or 5 star very nice resteraunts I get very sick. I have just stayed away from most meats in general but expecially chicken and turkey and I am pretty happy. I do sometimes miss a good grilled chicken sandwich with mayonaise, but the affects aren't worth the risk.Sincerely yours,rmullen1@hotmail.com
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  • I've got a friend who experiences an anaphalactic reaction with chicken.
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  • Last week I did an allergy test and I was shocked to find that I had a reaction to both chicken and egg whites. It was like "Are you kidding me!!?Who gets allergic to chicken?" Me apparently. I had eaten chicken all of my life and it was the main meat that I'd go for and before I stopped I used to sneeze horrifically and my sinuses drained relentlessly. Things have improved slightly since I cut the chicken out. Its not easy but the risk is greater than the gain.
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  • I seem to be getting debilitating stomach pains after eating chicken soup. I still eat chicken breasts on a regular basis without issue. Is there something in regular old Cambell's Chicken Soup that I may be allergic to? The Dr has ruled out celiac's disease so I guess I do not have a wheat allergy. Anybody have any clue?
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  • I seem to be getting debilitating stomach pains after eating chicken soup. I still eat chicken breasts on a regular basis without issue. Is there something in regular old Cambell's Chicken Soup that I may be allergic to? The Dr has ruled out celiac's disease so I guess I do not have a wheat allergy. Anybody have any clue?MSG- good enough to kill anyone.
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  • HiI have been allergic to Chicken, Turkey and Offal for most of my life. I get very sick and massive stomach cramps sometimes ill for a few days. My mouth starts to water but yet it is really dry. Like when you are really drunk and you lay down only to get back up again and usually only just make it to the loo you know the feeling (ha-ha). The following day my throat is very sore also. I can eat eggs and dairy. I do try a little every now and again (and I mean a little) But I just can't digest it. Don't know why or how this happened. SO YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!!!
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  • HiI have been allergic to Chicken, Turkey and Offal for most of my life. I get very sick and massive stomach cramps sometimes ill for a few days. My mouth starts to water but yet it is really dry. Like when you are really drunk and you lay down only to get back up again and usually only just make it to the loo you know the feeling (ha-ha). The following day my throat is very sore also. I can eat eggs and dairy. I do try a little every now and again (and I mean a little) But I just can't digest it. Don't know why or how this happened. SO YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!!!There is a permanent cure : NAET
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  • I ate chicken up till i was about 15 or 16 then one day after eating roast chicken i got sharp stabbing pains in my gut and went to bed with nausia and the pain, early morning i was very ill all over the bedroom floor (which was just f-ing lovely i must add). Then i was perfectly fine. This then happend on 2 other occasions then leading me to know it was chicken doing it. Iv had it now for bout a year and a bit and for someone who loved chicken it now dosent bother me atall and the smell has even started to repluse me. :) i do get a bit of jib for it i must say from people who think dude ur freaking wierd but once i explain...they get it, but still take the micheal. :) its all good thou... quick kick in nads soon sorts that.
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  • I loved chicken (it doesn’t love me) until I turned 13. I'm not sure if it's a chemical reaction after hitting puberty, or what? Most people think it's a psychological problem after seeing my dog bite the head off of chicken once. I vaguely remember that happening 18 years ago, so it doesn't bother me at all. A dogs got to eat! I'm cool with eggs, but any "fowl" meat makes me very ill. No pun intended! My throat gets "thick", my mouth is dry, and I feel like I'm being stabbed in the stomach. Who knows?E-
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  • I know what it's like to be allergic to chicken! Whenever I eat it or anything that contains chicken broth or stock, I loose the ablity to swollow, I salivate excessively and I get excessive (very EXCRUCIATING) stabbing cramps in my stomach, that work their way up my esophagus and end in my throat. NOT FUN. I used to not be that way - I ate chicken all the time as a kid. But the symptoms got worse and worse as I got older.
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  • Also, I wonder how your doctor ruled out celiac disease. I had a colonoscopy and other things come out just fine, and this GI specialist told me there was nothing else he could do for me, but yet I clearly have a bad reaction to eating wheat. (Now I'm getting some blood tests done that are a little pricey but very accurate.) So it could still be the wheat that is present in canned soup. If you haven't yet, I would recommend seeing a naturopath who's good at figuring out food allergies. You can either do an eliminatin diet for months and try to re-introduce each food, or fork out some money for blood tests.
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  • Also, I wonder how your doctor ruled out celiac disease. I had a colonoscopy and other things come out just fine, and this GI specialist told me there was nothing else he could do for me, but yet I clearly have a bad reaction to eating wheat. (Now I'm getting some blood tests done that are a little pricey but very accurate.) So it could still be the wheat that is present in canned soup. If you haven't yet, I would recommend seeing a naturopath who's good at figuring out food allergies. You can either do an eliminatin diet for months and try to re-introduce each food, or fork out some money for blood tests.I kept doing the elimination diet and I could not figure it out completely.I managed to ID some allergies but I still did not feel well. I was allergic to Calcium, Vitamin B Complex, Eggs, Sugar, Red Meat, Wheat and Corn- I was a mess! My doctor keep saying it was just Gerd or Acid Reflux and giving me sleeping pills to calm me down.So I did NAET and voila! I am back eating :) - One treatment treats one allergy- but you can go for one treatment and test a whole bunch of food and make a list of what is making you sick. Then do one treatment at a time- as you can afford it.Take Care you all!
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  • My boyfriend is allergic to chicken, turkey and seafood. Meaning actually allergic - he will have an anaphylactic reaction, throat swelling, serious. i think what many of you have posted is referred to as food intolerance, if it only happens sometimes especially. We have yet to encounter anyone who has the severe allergy to these foods that he does. Poor thing, he so wants to eat it too.
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  • I have been allergic to chicken all my life. If I eat it, after about 5 minutes I produce excess saliva and about 2 minutes later, I throw it up. After that, I'm fine.This happens to me as well but I also have this problem with tuna fish from the can.
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  • The labels of food products do not let you know their are msg's in them always...even some of the products that say MSG free have been known to have it in there.because..msg (monosodium glutamate) can be the result of how the item was manufactored, fermented ect....examples of items in ingredient list which would mean (monosodium glutamte///free glutamic acid is in it...) carageenan...natural flavouring...hydroylyzed blah blah...msg's (free glutamic acid) is a nuerotoxin so is aspartame///an example of a nuerotoxin would be like the venom in a snake bite ...there is no such thing as an obese rat in nature scientists needed an obese rat to do experiments on...How did they make it obese..they fed it msg's...free glutamic acid....It is known that (free glutamic acid causes problems..persons with alzheimers )spelling) are given a medication that blocks msg's effects..Why not just keep it out of our food.A close family member of mine has seizures when ingesting msg's..I my self get crabby after ingestion and tend towards depression..the stuff is crap..Best way to avoid. buy things with few ingredients on list.. for more info take a peek at www.truthinlabeling.org hope this helps have a great day!!
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  • I've got a friend who experiences an anaphalactic reaction with chicken.I have anaphalactic reactions to even the smallest amounts of chicken. I ate chicken as a kid, but at about 19, I started with the nausea/vomiting. It gets worse with every exposure (which I try to avoid). I spent 3 days in the hospital after eating half of a hot dog that had chicken in it!Even my doctor was surprised at the allergy, but as long as I carry an epi pen and ask a lot of questions at restaurants, I'm fine.
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