Hi and thanks for the query,
The first thing in the management of food allergy
is identification of the causative foods of the given symptoms, called allergens. This at times might be difficult because we might have allergies to different classes of foods or sub classes of foods.
Its therefore important to keep a track record of all the foods you react to. This shall be of utmost importance to the allergist in the identification process. Once done, depending on the frequency and intensity of symptoms, a particular management plan is usually adopted. Blood tests like Immunoglobulin E
levels might be useful in making a decision. Avoiding such foods is usually the very first step. When lots of cross reactions are noted, techniques called immune desensitization procedures might be carried out.
Booking an appointment with your allergist is my advice.
thanks and best regards,