Do you get sick 2-10 hours after eating mammalian meat like beef, pork, lamb, or goat?

Symptoms can include one or more of the following: hives, angioedema (swelling), digestive distress, abdominal pain, difficulty breathing, low blood pressure, dizziness, fainting, and anaphylaxis.

Ask your doctor whether you should get an Alpha-gal Panel blood test to see if you have Alpha-gal Syndrome (AGS)—the Mammalian Meat Allergy.

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