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How Do I Recognize an allergic reaction in Children?

A: An allergic reaction can result from the introduction of a variety of stimuli and is typically the result of the bodyís immune response. An allergic reaction in children can occur as the result of a reaction to environmental toxins, certain foods, and medicines. The signs of an allergic reaction in children may be different from those of an adult in severity or duration, but are often similar in presentation. Signs include rash, hives, swelling, and difficulty breathing.. When a child exhibits signs of an allergic reaction to a known stimuli it is best to have the...


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allergic reaction to pineapple?

A: when you have an allergic reaction to fruit. your tonge will swell up. if it dose, see a doctor. No it isnt an allergic reaction. Here are the signs of an allergic reaction: Common symptoms of mild allergic reactions include: Rashes Hives (especially over the neck and face) Itching Nasal congestion Watery, red eyes Symptoms that may indicate a moderate or severe reaction include: Swelling of the face, eyes, or tongue Difficulty swallowing Wheezing Fear or feeling of apprehension or anxiety Abdominal cramps or abdominal pain Nausea and vomiting...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic reaction to Shrimp?

A: Having an allergic reaction to shrimp is common because many people have shellfish allergies. Some people have mild reactions like hives, tingling in the mouth, and minor swelling of body parts. Other people have severe allergic reactions to even the tiniest bit of shrimp, which may include difficulty breathing; nausea and vomiting; and severe swelling of the face, throat, or lips. Sometimes an allergic reaction to shrimp is mistaken for food poisoning and vice versa. Part of recognizing an allergic reaction to shrimp...


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What Are the Different Causes of an Itchy allergic reaction?

A: When harmful bacteria or viruses attack the body, the immune system responds and sends immune cells to fight the invader. An allergic reaction happens when the immune system overreacts and fights normally harmless substances, known as allergens. Almost anything can cause an itchy allergic reaction, including pollen, food, medicine, and metal.. An itchy allergic reaction can happen anytime. Seasonal allergies typically are caused by the increase of pollen during the spring and fall months. Pollen can come from tress, grass or weeds. Allergy sufferers might experience itchy noses and eyes along with coughing and sneezing because of the pollen...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic reaction to Avocado?

A: An allergic reaction to avocado can take on two different forms. The first form is known as a birch pollen allergy, and the second form also involves an allergy to latex products. Some of the most commonly reported symptoms of an allergic reaction to avocado include skin reactions, swelling, and digestive disturbances. In the most severe cases, a potentially fatal type of allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis may develop. Any specific questions or concerns about potential signs of an allergic reaction to avocado should be discussed with a...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic reaction to Nuts?

A: The signs of an allergic reaction to nuts are similar to other allergies, ranging from skin rashes to potentially lethal anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction affecting multiple body systems. An allergic reaction to nuts occurs when the bodyís immune system identifies a normally harmless food as a dangerous invader. This signals the immune system into action, causing a host of symptoms. Vomiting, cramping, problems breathing, hoarseness and other symptoms begin within a short time after eating the specific food. Food intolerances have symptoms similar to food allergies, but the immune system is not involved.. Skin...


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What Are the Signs of an allergic reaction to Detergent?

A: Many types of detergents, including laundry detergent and dish detergent, can cause an allergic reaction. An itchy rash is a common sign of an allergic reaction to detergent. Other allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, may also occur. In more severe cases, the affected area may also be hot to the touch, and blisters may form. To prevent an allergic reaction to detergent, a person will usually need to switch to a different detergent.. An allergic reaction to detergent is often classified as contact dermatitis. The adverse reactions occur because...


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How Do I Recognize Swelling from an allergic reaction?

A: You will probably easily recognize swelling from an allergic reaction if it is caused by a skin irritant coming in contact with your arm, leg, face, or torso, because the swelling with likely be in the area where contact was made. More severe reactions may cause swelling of the lips, tongue, and face. These symptoms are a medical emergency and should be dealt with immediately. Sometimes swelling from an allergic reaction can be subtle, or you may not know what it was to cause the swelling.. Many allergic reactions cause swelling that is localized to a specific area. For instance, if you are

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What Are the Signs of an allergic reaction to Pads?

A: An allergic reaction to pads would likely cause symptoms similar to an allergic reaction to anything else, including itching, redness, swelling, or skin irritation. Most often, these symptoms would occur in the genital region, although some severe reactions may cause symptoms over a broader area. Signs of a severe reaction, although rare, would include severe swelling and trouble breathing.. It is relatively rare that a woman would have an allergic reaction to pads. When it does occur, it is most commonly linked to...


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What Is a Mild allergic reaction?

A: A mild allergic reaction is an allergic reaction that isnít life threatening, but can still cause moderate discomfort to sufferers. While a severe allergic reaction can cause the throat to swell shut, compromising breathing, a mild allergic reaction usually just results in itching, redness, and irritation. It is important to keep in mind, however, that mild reactions can worsen over time, so those experiencing one should still alert their doctors.. A mild allergic reaction can have numerous...


 
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