Recently this article got into the tabloids. The comments were disabled very quickly. Strange.
The authos says she has Aquagenic Urticaria but it is a skin condition not an allergy, and hence wouldn't cause an internal reaction like she says. She claims that drinking milk does not cause her mouth and throat to blister.
If she is truly allergic to the water molecule as she claims, does it make sense that water with fats and sugars dissolved in it doesn't cause a reaction and she also doesn't have a constant reaction to her internal bodily water?
I've come across at least a dozen cases of women claiming they are allergic to the water molecule and die if they drink water so they drink milk/tea/diet cola instead.
So here we have yet another supposed case of someone having antibodies against the water molecule and being 100% healthy as long as they do not drink water. Does this match up to reality or medical science?