... sensitive to red meat. All of this has been told to my doctor and he still prescribed it. Should I hope that it regulates everything and still give it a try or did my doctor just not pay attention to me?
From the information I found here : https://www.drugs.com/enteragam.html I would wonder if that doctor was really listening to you as it says "EnteraGam is contraindicated (not to be used) in patients with a hypersensitivity (allergy) to beef or any other components in the product. The active ingredient in the product is a beef-derived protein that consists of more than 50 percent immunoglobulin."
If it were me I would talk to a pharmacist or see another doctor for a second opinion but that would depend on how sensitive you are to beef. Is the reaction you could have something you could deal with at home? or would it put you in the hospital? All things to consider.
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