|MadSci Network: Immunology|
I am 35 years old. In the past 5 years I have started breaking out in hives when I eat fish, except salmon. Is there some known chemical that is not known to be present in salmon, that is present in other fish? Or is there something in salmon which represses the outbreak? The severity of my hives depends upon the quantity of fish I eat, and I've recently found that taking medicine that contains benadryl will diminish the hives or stop them completely if I take it immediately before eating the fish. Thank you!
Re: Why does all fish EXCEPT salmon give me hives?
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