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Medical reasons don't relate to avoiding animal exploitation, which is inclusively what being vegan means.

Vegan: excludes any use of any animal products for any purpose, including animal flesh (meat, poultry, fish and seafood), animal products (eggs, dairy, honey); the wearing and use of animal products (leather, silk, wool, lanolin, gelatin); also excludes animal use in entertainment, sport, research etc.

I'm vegan because I find no need for humans to use animals when other foods/goods are readily available
 

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Originally Posted by gina_b View Post

i dont avoid wool or leather, is just the food for me.

i was a vegetarien by choice, but i always had terrible headaches and cramps when i ate dairy; i was having alot of dairy products aswell!
Then you're still vegetarian, just not lacto/ovo-dairy and eggs included.
 
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