It looks like I have some kind of allergy to tablets/pills. It doesn't matter which type I take (I used to take mainly vitamins).
If I take some, the result is vary from bearable sickness (for 2 days) to immediate anaphylaxia (happened twice altogether).
I went to an allergist, but I was told that it is difficult to measure which component of the tablet/pill I am allergic to bcs most of the components are secret.
(I have the assumption that it must be some basic ingredients, since it does not matter which brand or type of tablet I am taking. There were some exceptions when I didn't get ill, but the reaction happens in 80% of the cases. The syndromes are present since childhood, just during the time they became more strong and frequent.)
I was told by the doctor to simply not take any tablets. But I would like to know which ingredient(s) I am allergic to. Maybe it is present in other products I may take accidently. I don't even know if this type of allergy is a well-known one...
My question: is there a method to indicate which component of basic tablet/pill ingredients can cause allergic reactions?