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Allergic Reaction To Crab Meat Symptoms
Can you have a allergic reaction to crab 4 hours after eating it ? And would a late reaction be life threatening?
Unusual: Allergic reactions to food , except for red meat, usually occurs within 2 hours after ingestion. However I would urge you to see an allergist to get tested before you touch crab again. Usually the earlier the onset , the more severe the reaction. But delayed anaphylaxis (2-8 hrs later) can also be life-threatening. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
My 9 yr old daughter ate fresh crab tonight n within minutes was ichy n had red knuckkes.. Appears to be a mild allergic reaction to shell fish.
I am allergic to seafood but i can eat tunafish and breaded shrimp can I eat lobster and crab without having an allergic reaction?
Difficult to answer: Seafood includes shellfish and fish. Shellfish includes mollusks and crustaceans. You describe being able to eat a sea dwelling fish (tuna) and a crustacean (shrimp). Therefore you are not allergic to seafood. Lobsters and crabs are crustaceans and share the same allergy inducing protein tropomyosin. It does not appear you are allergic to that or you would have had trouble with shrimp. ...Read more
When i eat lobster, crab, & shrimp my stomach starts to bubble and makes my stomach feel full.So I have to throw up is that an allergic reaction?
Crabs and nutrition: I'm hoping you don't mean the kind of "crabs" that crawl on your skin? The seafood crab meat can be very nutritious -- a source of protein and many minerals your body needs. It can also be high in sodium and cholesterol, though. Taken in context it can be a healthy food to eat. For specific details: http://tinyurl.Com/5rq2j8l. ...Read more
Limit to 12 oz./week: Authorities advise limiting most seafood to 12 oz per week to minimize mercury exposure, but there are benefits to moderate seafood consumption too. Seafood high in mercury like tuna should be limited even more, while seafood with the lowest mercury like wild salmon & sardines can be eaten more. See http://www.Babycenter.Com/0_eating-fish-during-pregnancy-how-to-avoid-mercury-and-still_10319861.Bc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sushi & pregnancy.: Sushi should be avoided during pregnancy for two reasons. (1) risk of bacterial infection complicating the pregnancy. (2) risk of exposure to mercury complicating the pregnancy. Certainly not worth the risk during pregnancy. Cooked sushi or vegetable-only sushi should be fine, but then we'd worry about the person making the sushi having washed his hands after handling raw fish. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crab cakes i ate (6 weeks pregnant) had been prepared but not cooked (well, crab meat already cooked) a few days in advance. Would I have gotten sick if?
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