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Can there be a specific pattern to food allergy caused skin rashes such as a bi-lateral rash on legs or hips?

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2015-07-15 18:34:17
2015-07-15 18:34:17

I lived with rash allergies for several years. Not just little itchy spots, big welts covering my torso, legs & arms. Along with cutting out the 10-12 major allergy producing foods (shell fish, milk, excess citrus), I FOUND A DOCTOR WHO FOUND MY THYROID LEVELS "LOW-NORMAL". BY STARTING THYROID MEDICATION, MY HIVES SUBSIDED CONSIDERABLY. EVEN IF YOUR THYROID IS CONSIDERED LOW-NORMAL OR HI-NORMAL, GET THE MEDICINE. INSIST THAT YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBE THE THYROID MEDICINE. IF THE RASH CONTINUES AFTER A MONTH, YOU'VE ONLY LOST THE $12 OR SO ON THE MEDICINE.

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