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What measures should I taken for allergic dermatitis due to daily intake of chicken ? it true that eating much chichen everyday can cause allergy?as of now im suffering from a dermatitis ,im 38 years old,5 feet tall,weighing 60 kilos.Female, im a Filipino and i am working as a caregiver in suffering from allergic dermatitis for 2 years now...doctors gave me medecines like Aerius(desloratadine-5mg)im taking it once a day,they gave me also Neriderm Fatty ointments(diffucortolone valerate 0.1%)last 2010 i took also Prednisone for 10 days only but the doctors stop it....thank you! i hope you can help me on this problem...
Asked On : Sun, 15 May 2011
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Dear janet,

Any food/ drug can potentially cause chicken
To the best of my knowledge, you are not at a greater risk by consuming chicken
However, if you are having an allergy, a RAST study or other studies to check for allergies are available

See a doctor who can perform these tests, investigate and tell you what is causing your problem

All the best.
Answered: Sun, 15 May 2011
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