Symptoms of allergy in the digestive system (GI tract) are common.
Adult Sufferers of GI allergies may have one or more of the following complaints:
- Poor appetite
- Frequent nausea or vomiting
- Frequent or excessive belching and bloating
- Difficulty swallowing
- Burning sensation or pain in the chest when swallowing
- Hyperacidity or pain in the stomach area
- Frequent diarrheas
- Abundant amounts of mucus, blood or fat in the stool
- Vague pain in the abdomen or chronic constipation.
- Confusion with hyperactive bowel or ulcerative colitis
- Confusion with Celiac disease
- Confusion with mal-absorption diseases
- Periods of no or minimal symptoms
- Many visits to physicians, clinics or hospitals for irregular GI symptoms
Infant and young children Sufferers of GI allergies may have one or more of the following complaints:
- Frequent colic in babies
- Vomiting after introducing formula feeding
- Difficulty in introducing new foods or drinks
- Frequent change of formula and/or solid foods
- Improvement with non dairy or amino acid formulas
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