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I've been reading over the posts on the site, particularly those for adult-onset. I've been having weird symptoms for a few months but I never connected it with food allergies until I had a more noticeable and immediate reaction last night.
Can someone tell me if this sounds nuts (no pun intended!): is it possible that swelling under the eyes and other reactions (such as achy joints or skin rash) can be worse on one side of the body than the other? I find this to be very odd and would like to research the answer before I go to my doctor with such an strange symptom!
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