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Why would my shrimp allergy disappear?

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Dr. Michael Palumbo
Allergy and Immunology 25 years experience
Might not have: Adverse reactions to a food can often be mistaken for a food allergy. Undercooked or spoiled shellfish can often cause an adverse reaction that gets mistaken for a food allergy. You should get tested including a food challenge to correctly diagnose if you do or do not have an allergy to shrimp.
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