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Weird Allergies That Actually Exist. Example, semen allergy.
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Posted 3/27/15 , edited 3/27/15
I get heat rash actually. I can't sleep when it's too warm in the house, and I can't wear things like Kigurumis for very long even if it's somewhat cold in the area I'm in. It also meant that when I had a car without air conditioning, even taking the 20 minute drive to work in the summertime was too much for me. I always had to go in extra early so I could put some ice packs on my legs and arms to combat the hives that would appear on the way to work. It only developed over the last few years, though. It wasn't something I had problems with when I was younger. Though I did grow out of some of the things I was allergic to when I was little - like my allergy I had to fruits and things. I ate my first orange (of my entire life) just three years ago. I had no clue what I was missing but oh my god it's so wonderful!

I am still allergic to nickel though, I always have been since I was born. Just wearing pants without putting a bandaid over the inside parts of the buttons and rivets breaks me out, and if I scratch it, it spreads. That's the reason I have a lot of pants with plain plastic buttons instead of the metal ones.
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The most unfortunate allergy should go to being allergic to chocolates. D;
I mean I simply love chocolates and I can't imagine a life without them! One of my friends is actually allergic to chocolate, and I tend to forget. I'm always offering him some, and then afterwards feeling so horrible when he gives me that "really" look.
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I'm allergic to sunlight! People think I used it as an excuse to stay inside. And they aren't wrong. lmao.

But for as long as I can remember, if I'm exposed to sunlight too long, I will break out in hives. It also exhausts me earlier than the average person.
Posted 3/27/15
I was allergic to bee stings, for all I know still am. When I was a little girl, I walked into the back of a wwII plane, not knowing there was a hornet's nest. I was hospitalized, and almost died. They covered me from head to toe in Calamine lotion, and another drug, I forgot.

But, I get a real high fever and sick if I get stung for some reason.
Posted 3/28/15
I use to be allergic to pineapples and chocolate but I broke out of them. My mom thinks I'm allergic to mouthwash now though
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galaxiias wrote:

I'm allergic to sunlight! People think I used it as an excuse to stay inside. And they aren't wrong. lmao.

But for as long as I can remember, if I'm exposed to sunlight too long, I will break out in hives. It also exhausts me earlier than the average person.


Sounds exactly like my condition. I use it as an excuse as well. I hate being hot and sweaty even without sunlight.
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