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Allery topic on This Morning!

Postby geva » 10 Oct 2007, 11:00

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Postby Aitch » 10 Oct 2007, 11:21

aaaah, but wouldn't it be worseto be allergic to pollen as it's in the air? didn't Fern ask Dr Chris that, she's usually on the ball... i hardly eve get to see This Morning any more... :(
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Postby geva » 10 Oct 2007, 11:34

well think the guy with the allergy only reacted to pollen when it touched his skin! I can relate to that as certain thing's give me a reaction on my face and hands..especially thing's like dust and sawdust! (I found to my horror when I decided to strip my wooden floor! HA..won't be doing that again in a hurry.. and now have real wood laminate anyway! lol) :D

I am prone to hayfever but have never attempted putting pollen laden fruit to my face! ha...I alway's make sure I wash my fruit before I scoff it so maybe that's enough??? Though I'd suspect the guy on This Morning was doing that!! so who know's...one thing they didn't say is what kind's of fruits set him off? I would have been interested to hear about that.
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Postby Fozza » 10 Oct 2007, 12:22

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Postby geva » 10 Oct 2007, 14:10

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Re: Allery topic on This Morning!

Postby peaceful » 18 Feb 2015, 11:44

I read somewhere that sesame is a dodgy one - ie to be avoided till later, and was planning on doing so, and avoiding the bread here which is encrusted with sesame seeds (most of the non-Arabic bread where I live is covered in the stuff!).
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Re: Allery topic on This Morning!

Postby Sandytoes » 19 Feb 2015, 11:48

I have a friend who can only eat non-English apples. She reacts to those where the pollen is present in the environment (and which give her hayfever), but is fine with any imported variety.
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