When I was allergic to wheat my family doctor was on extended leave, the replacement doctor kept telling us I had mono. After several negative blood mono tests, he was still sure I had mono.
I slept for twelve hours at night, as a child the teachers let me sleep in class, at my desk. I complained that they made me walk outside at recess, some days the walk outside was too tiring. Being awakened to eat, and stomach pains to sore to eat, I was sick.
My family doctor came back and I was diagnosed with food allergies. After a few days off wheat and many other foods, I became normal again. I out grew most of my allergies only to have a child who is highly reactive to milk, and one with a minor intolerance.
By Karen Blue
Wheat and Milk Allergy Discovery (story 1)
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