Helleborus wrote:I havent been taking any supplements just some curcumin to see if that could help with the hives. Im going to the hospital on friday , Im taking tests to see what causes the urticaria. Its in my face on the forehead and cheeks ( but only when I use skincare and make up)When I use nothing the skin calms down. Im hoping the zinc can help me with this.
Lyndacarol wrote something about autoimmune urticaria- I sure hope its not that
Hand Sanitizer- I admit that the “gluten in beauty products” thing eluded me at first. This is probably the area that I make the most silly mistakes. My first (not last) experience was with hand sanitizer. It pretty much scalded my hands. So FYI, pretty much everything at Bath and Body Works has wheat germ oil in it. We all need to form a coalition against giving people this stuff as gifts. Just my two cents.
Shampoo- I used to get my hair cut at an Aveda salon, but had to change when the products bothered me. Since the potion for these shampoos changes all the time, you may want to just wash your hair before you go. Most salons have rules against bringing your own products in, but you may get away with it in a smaller, local place. Shampoo may not bother everybody, but if you are taking a shower there is a chance the shampoo might wind up in your mouth (gross!).
If I ingest gluten I get hives and that is not something I can live with for any length of time! I just can’t eat the stuff! In my effort to be responsible for my health,
How common is celiac disease?
Americans, Scandinavians, British and Italians are gobbled up with celiac disease, with the official word in Italy now being that 1:55 Italians are gluten intolerant. That number was 1:100 ten years ago when the official word from the American medical profession was that “celiac disease is a rare disorder occurring in less than 1:5000 Americans”. The official number in the USA is now 1:120 but researchers believe that number is way too low, with some now estimating that 1:30 Americans are suffering from serious gluten intolerance.
Hi Jimmy! Im back- Iv had a bad case of flu so I had to lay down for a week. Now I feel good though. I got the supplements, but a differnet mag ( the solaray one) so Im ready to start I havent been taking any supplements just some curcumin to see if that could help with the hives. Im going to the hospital on friday , Im taking tests to see what causes the urticaria. Its in my face on the forehead and cheeks ( but only when I use skincare and make up)When I use nothing the skin calms down. Im hoping the zinc can help me with this. Lyndacarol wrote something about autoimmune urticaria- I sure hope its not that I eat red pepper every day and today for lunch I had kale soup yummy Thank you for your time and patience. Im very grateful !
Helleborus wrote:Hello from Norway!
Im newly diagnosed ( 1 year) and Im trying to recover from my attack last year.
Iv been reading a lot on this forum and I understand that supplements are essential- so I need some advice on what to take , how much and where I can order it online. I take 5000 vuitamin D daily and I dont take any MS meds.
I had some bloodwork done:
B 12 436
Vitamin D 123
serum zinc- 12
Any help / advice highly appreciated
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