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Yes, that is possible, so it may be wise to have an EpiPen available for emergencies. His reaction now is not considered a severe reaction....just a...
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Yes, it is possible to outgrow food allergies, although thats not always the case. You should slowly try to introduce this back into your diet in...
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Anaphylaxis is a sudden, severe allergic reaction that occurs when you are exposed to a substance that your body was sensitized to during a previous...
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 Theoretically, almost any protein substance can provoke anaphylaxis.However, the most common causes of anaphylactic shock are:Foods, such as...
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An anaphylaxis kit is prescribed. They are prescription and there are a few different types. It's used for people who have allergies; it could be to...
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Anaphylaxis is a severe, life-threatening allergic response that may include lowered blood pressure, swelling, and hives.
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Preventing anaphylaxis is the ideal form of treatment. However, that may not always be easy since insect stings are frequently unanticipated and...
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It is worth mentioning a few general observations regarding the features of anaphylactic reactions. Be aware, however, that these guidelines are not...
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If you suspect that you or someone you are with is having an anaphylactic reaction, the following are important first aid measures. In general, try...
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Once you think that you might have had an anaphylactic reaction, the first order of business is to seek emergency care. Once the acute reaction has...
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The symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction may occur within seconds of exposure, or be delayed 15 to 30 minutes, or even an hour or more after exposure...
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Several disorders may appear similar to anaphylaxis. Fainting (vaso-vagal reaction) is the reaction that is most likely to be confused with...
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To fully understand this term, we need to go back almost 100 years. The story begins on a cruise aboard Prince Albert I of Monaco's yacht. The Prince...
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The optimal management of anaphylaxis saves lives. An affected or at-risk person must be aware of possible triggers and early warning signs. If you...
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The causes of anaphylaxis are divided into two major groups: IgE mediated: This form is the true anaphylaxis that requires an initial sensitizing...
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