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I get giant hives whenever I ingest sulfites. I called It a sulfite allergy. It is getting worse each year even though I avoid foods with sulfite in them. Doctors have prescribed drugs that have sulfites in them and I am trying to find alternatives. I also take Metformin.
Hello Groupies, I am seeking to find information regarding my diagnosed Sulfite intolerance and this drug know as Dexilant. I am told that my perception of breathing difficulty is not the experience of my GI doctor. More information is needed for determining my symptoms have a foundation with this medicine. I must be on this type of maintain do to Barrettes. Can information be disseminated my way to better understand the correlation. Thank You so very much, Christina Houlis
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