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Can juvederm reaction cause an allergic reaction?

Can juvederm reaction cause an allergic reaction?

Yes: It would be an extremely rare instance since the main component is hyaluronic acid which is present as a protein in your cells. However there is a rare instance that you are allergic. There is no allergy testing required for HA drugs ...Read more

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What is an anaphylactic type 1 hypersensitivity reaction?

What is an anaphylactic type 1 hypersensitivity reaction?

IgE mediated: Type 1 hypersensitivity is an immediate, ige-mediated reaction to a trigger (food, insect sting, etc.). ...Read more

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Can life threatening allergic reactions include, poison ivy?

Can life threatening allergic reactions include, poison ivy?

Yes: There have been well documented cases of severe urticarial reactions resulting in death after contact with poison ivy. ...Read more

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Can eosinophils cure an allergic reaction?

Can eosinophils cure an allergic reaction?

No: Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell that are typically elevated in allergic disorders and certain infections such as parasitic infection. While eosinophils may help to fight off specific infections and may serve as a marker of allergic disease, they do not prevent or cure allergic reactions. ...Read more

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Is rosacea an allergic reaction?

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Is rosacea an allergic reaction?

No: Rosacea is an inherited condition characterized by extra sensitive skin, flushing, dilated blood vessels, inflammatory bumps that mimic acne, and enlarging bumpy nose. Common triggers are chronic sun exposure, caffeine, alcohol, and increase in core temperature, etc...The inflammatory reaction of rosacea is not histamine driven as it is in an allergic reaction. ...Read more

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Is angioedema classified as an allergic reaction or an adverse reaction?

Is angioedema classified as an allergic reaction or an adverse reaction?

Swelling: Angioedema is a medical term for swelling of the deep layers of the skin. Angioedema can be due to a number of different reasons and is not alway due to an allergy. In some cases, angioedema can be life threatening. An evaluation by an allergist can help determine the cause of angioedema. ...Read more

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Allergic reaction (possible anaphylaxis) after allergy testing, what to do?

Allergic reaction (possible anaphylaxis) after allergy testing, what to do?

Allergy testing: Only physicians trained in the specialty of allergy, asthma ; immunology are trained in a monitored situation during residency to perform skin testing for ige-mediated allergy. Some ENT programs are adding this to their training. If you were skin tested by a non-specialist, consult a specialist, if you were skin tested by an allergist, it is likely that you are unusally allergic. ...Read more

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Does chronic hives signal possible future anaphylaxis reaction?

Does chronic hives signal possible future anaphylaxis reaction?

No: These are two separate entities. It is often difficult to identify the cause of chronic hives, and less often for anaphylaxis. But unlike some other allergic phenomena, there is no progression from hives to anaphylaxis. The best step you can take is to see an allergist to try to understand why you're having hives. ...Read more

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What can cause an anaphylactic reaction?

What can cause an anaphylactic reaction?

Many things: Any allergen can provoke anaphylaxis in a highly allergic person. Various foods, medications, insect venoms, and sometimes airborne allergens can trigger anaphylaxis. If you have symptoms that you think represent anaphylaxis, you should discuss your concerns with an allergist. ...Read more

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What is a result of anaphylaxis(a systemic allergic reaction)?

Many causes: Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) can be from stinging insects, foods, medications, latex, allergy shots, exercise, and idiopathic (about 1/3 of reactions, there is no cause found). These reactions can resolve with treatment, but some go on to be fatal especially if there is a delay in giving Epinephrine or the person has asthma. ...Read more

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Best treament for anaphylactic allergies?

Epinephrine: Anaphylaxis is always treated with epinephrine, avoiding the triggering factor is essential. Consult an allergist for treatment options. ...Read more

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The scabies cause allergic reaction?

The scabies cause allergic reaction?

Yes: In fact the intense itching is mostly from an allergic reaction to the mite droppings. ...Read more

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Allergic reaction to all cephalosporins possible?

Allergic reaction to all cephalosporins possible?

Yes: Allergy to the entire class of antibiotics called cephalosporins is indeed possible. That allergy would be the common part of the molecule shared by all cephalosporins and penicillins, the beta-lactam ring. ...Read more

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Symptoms of allergic reaction to antihistmine ?

Symptoms of allergic reaction to antihistmine ?

That's curious....: Allergic reactions are when the body's immune system detect something that it recognizes as a foreign substance (ingested, contact through skin, food or medicine, or in the case of auto-immure diseases, it's own cells). One reax is to mobilize cells that secrete anti-histamines to fight the allergic reax. So, allergic relax to antihistamine would be very unusual. Let detective doc sort this out. ...Read more

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What is considered an anaphylactic reaction?

Severe reaction: An anaphylactic reaction is an allergic reaction to a trigger such as a food (peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish) or stinging insect (wasp, honeybee, etc.) that involves multiple body systems at the same time. Thus, you might experience hives/rash (skin), cough/shortness of breath (respiratory), vomithing/diarrhea (gastrointestinal)--these symptoms usually occur within minutes of exposure to a trigger. ...Read more

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What is the emergency treatment for an allergic reaction to shellfish food?

What is the emergency treatment for an allergic reaction to shellfish food?

911: If you have a history of severe shellfish allergy (difficulty breathing, wheezing, nausea, diarhea, full body hives, affecting multisystem) you need an Epipen (epinephrine) but you also need to call 911 to manage the reaction. If your shellfish reaction is mild- ie localized to one non-major system- one bump on lip then antihistamine ( benadryl)and h2 antihistamine (zantac) imnediately. If worsen 911, epipen (epinephrine). ...Read more

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What are treatment for an allergic reaction to insect bite?

What are treatment for an allergic reaction to insect bite?

Depends: Depends on the severity of the reaction on the skin-redness, swwollen, pain. As well as what kind of insect bite. The reaction are varies on different individuals, some are very allergic, some have minor eaction. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is recomended first.But you have pain with swelling then you need to see a doctor for steroids and/or antibiotics ...Read more

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Does latanoprost cause an allergic reaction?

It can: It's possible to allergic to any medication. If you think you are having an allergic reaction, see your eye doctor. ...Read more