Food Allergies


An unpleasant or dangerous immune system response after a certain food is eaten. The cause of food allergies is unknown. In some cases, allergies endured during nonage may resolve in majority. Symptoms of a response can include digestive problems, hives or blown airways. Severe responses can be life- threatening. Antihistamine drugs treat mild responses. A severe response needs an injection of the drug epinephrine and exigency room care. a raised, itchy red rash( hives) – in some cases, the skin can turn red and itchy, but without a raised rash. Swelling of the face, mouth (angioedema), throat or other areas of the body. Difficulty swallowing. Gasping or briefness of breath.


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