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Can you have an egg white allergy and not be allergic to the yolk?

 

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Individuals may be diagnosed with an allergy to egg whites, egg yolk, or both. If a diagnosis is made specifically for an allergy to either egg white or egg yolk, the patient should avoid eggs altogether because it is not possible to completely separate the white from the yolk.

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