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Blacked out after sickness and had a lose Bowel movement. Alcohol allergy?

we were having dinner at a restaurant . my son was eating then complained he didn t feel well (and. cramps ) and had to go to the rest room. He blacked out and when helped up and to rest room had loose bm - he was eating a beer burger - he stated he had the same feeling when he had a sip of champagne at a wedding - food allergy/IBS?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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any food can react at any age
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