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Old Mon, Dec-04-17, 19:02
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Angry Developed intollerance to eggs?

Ugh, has this happened to anyone else? Over the past three months, it seems I have an intollerance to soft yolk eggs. Scrambled really dry or hard boiled not an issue. Symptom is within 30 minutes, rush to the bathroom. Tried all store brands, brown and white. I don't have access to fresh eggs to see if they are any better. Thanks!
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Old Tue, Dec-05-17, 11:19
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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I don't have that bad of a reaction, but I can end up with an upset stomach from too many eggs for too long. And I have no idea what too many or too long is, I just know to cut back on the eggs. Since I like my eggs runny, I don't know if any other way would be OK.

Somewhere I read about this being a thing, but not too many people except low carbers eat a lot of eggs.
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Old Tue, Dec-05-17, 11:26
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Even a single egg makes me nauseous. I just don't eat them. I even tried duck eggs because supposedly most people can handle duck eggs even if they can't handle chicken eggs. No go. I also tried soy free eggs to see if that would help. At first I thought it made a difference but that didn't last. I finally threw in the towel. No more eggs for me. I seem to be able to adapt myself to just about any dietary requirement. An eggless life is livable, a nauseous life less so.

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Old Tue, Dec-05-17, 11:28
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Maybe it's the whites because if you look it up it's bad to eat uncooked whites.
I eat only the yolks.
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