If you have an allergy to eggs, are you able to eat something that has them in it, like cake? I have recently found that I am allergic, and have stayed away from anything that has them, because I don't want to get sick!
<blockquote><b>Quoting Tristan's Mommy!:</b>" If you have an allergy to eggs, are you able to eat something that has them in it, like cake? I have ... [snip!] ... I have recently found that I am allergic, and have stayed away from anything that has them, because I don't want to get sick!"</blockquote>
Really depends. Some can have it of its cooked and some can't have them period. Also depends on the severity.
You will either have to just try something with a little egg in it and see, or ask your doctor. My son can have them cooked in something like a cake, but nothing with them raw or he completely breaks out in hives. I have not tried giving him a cooked egg by it's self though, a little nervous to do that.
MOST, now i say most but my daughter is an exception and so are others but most people can eat baked eggs because when its baked it opens up. Her allergist said to think of it as a curled wire and when it bakes it straightens out. Most people are only allergic to the curled becuase thats where the actual allergy is. but thats only for things in the oven. DOES NOT include an egg wash on meat. because there is something in meat that doesnt allow the egg protien to uncurl. also DOES NOT include things made on the stove like pancakes, french toast, and stuff like that.