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I was diagnosed with celiac 3 years ago and in 4 decades I have had only 2yrs without diarrhea due to steroids. The steroids are not working anymore and on top of that I became “allergic” (hives all over my face and neck) to almost everything from food to animals to flora. I heard about SCD about a year ago, before all of my allergies showed up, and now I am ready to do it. I am so excited to finally have a better understanding about what is going on inside my body. As a small child, my mother tried feeding me just rice with no improvement in the diarrhea. And as an adult, I now understand why I have not responded to a gluten-free diet like I hoped I would. I am starting the intro diet tomorrow. I can not tolerate any dairy and I seem to be sensitive to coconut. My allergy test said that I am allergic to egg whites but not the yolk. I see that you can not tolerate eggs. I have heard that duck eggs do not cause reactions. Do you have any thoughts?

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x   x C No No No No No bu; di; em; es; hi; ih. The small opacities are difficult to classify because of the presence of the large opacities. Note the left costophrenic angle obliteration. This is not classifiable because it does not reach the lower limit defined by the standard radiograph 1/1; t/t Pleural thickening (circumscribed) - - - - - Yes No No No No   The pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 Pleural thickening (diffuse) - - - - - No Yes No No Yes   The pleural thickening present in profile, is of width a, and extent 2. Not associated small calcifications Pleural thickening (calcification) diaphragm - - - - - No No Yes No Yes   Circumscribed, calcified pleural thickening of extent 2 Pleural thickening (calcification) chest wall - - - - - Yes No No No Yes   Calcified and uncalcified pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 ILO 1980 Classification The 1980 revision was carried out by the ILO with the cooperation of the Commission of the European Communities, NIOSH and the American College of Radiology. The summary of the classification is given in table . It retained the principle of former classifications (1968 and 1971).

Inhalable steroid

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x   x C No No No No No bu; di; em; es; hi; ih. The small opacities are difficult to classify because of the presence of the large opacities. Note the left costophrenic angle obliteration. This is not classifiable because it does not reach the lower limit defined by the standard radiograph 1/1; t/t Pleural thickening (circumscribed) - - - - - Yes No No No No   The pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 Pleural thickening (diffuse) - - - - - No Yes No No Yes   The pleural thickening present in profile, is of width a, and extent 2. Not associated small calcifications Pleural thickening (calcification) diaphragm - - - - - No No Yes No Yes   Circumscribed, calcified pleural thickening of extent 2 Pleural thickening (calcification) chest wall - - - - - Yes No No No Yes   Calcified and uncalcified pleural thickening present face on, is of indeterminate width, and extent 2 ILO 1980 Classification The 1980 revision was carried out by the ILO with the cooperation of the Commission of the European Communities, NIOSH and the American College of Radiology. The summary of the classification is given in table . It retained the principle of former classifications (1968 and 1971).

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