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Dr. Lonnie Smith
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Pea Allergy (Overview)

Pea allergy = food allergy to legumes. May include: dermatitis, asthma, rhinitis, angioedema, dermatitis, oral itching, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.


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Is there such a thing green a pea allergy?

Is there such a thing green a pea allergy?

Yes: Green pea allergy is not that uncommon. Peas are legumes and allergy to peas is often seen in pateints allergic to other legumes such as soy and peanuts. ...Read more

Dr. Lonnie Smith
11 Doctors shared insights

Pea Allergy (Overview)

Pea allergy = food allergy to legumes. May include: dermatitis, asthma, rhinitis, angioedema, dermatitis, oral itching, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.


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Is it possible to have a pea allergy?

Is it possible to have a pea allergy?

Yes.: Peas are legumes. If you have are allergic to peas you might also be allergic to soy and other beans. ...Read more

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Is there such a thing green a pea allergy?

Yes: Green pea allergy is not that uncommon. Peas are legumes and allergy to peas is often seen in pateints allergic to other legumes such as soy and peanuts. ...Read more

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Vomiting= snow peas allergy or japanese food?

Vomiting= snow peas allergy or japanese food?

Possibly: There are several possibilities to consider such as is this a one time deal, how were things prepared i.e. Seasonings etc as well as a history of food allergy problems. Otherwise it may simply be a one time thing. ...Read more

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Tonsils seem to accumulate allergy drainage. Can pop out pea sized 'things' almost once a week. Should I consult a dr to get my tonsils removed?

Tonsils seem to accumulate allergy drainage. Can pop out pea sized 'things' almost once a week. Should I consult a dr to get my tonsils removed?

Tonsil stones: This is a very common problem. Most people can manage the condition by frequent gargling with listerine or hydrogen peroxide, gently brushing over the area with a soft brush, or using a water pik to dislodge them. Sometimes the tonsils may become chronically infected, painful, or swollen. Then it may be time to consider removal. You should see an otolaryngologist and discuss. ...Read more

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My son has a small pea sized lump 3" below his right armpit its very soft and does not hurt its been 3 wk and he's is 12. He has only mild allergies?

My son has a small pea sized lump 3" below his right armpit its very soft and does not hurt its been 3 wk and he's is 12. He has only mild allergies?

Hmmm...: It could be a benign lymph node, but if soft, smooth and painless, probably a lipoma, a benign little "tumor" of fat under the skin. They are of no consequence unless they grow big enough to be seen or be in the way, then people often have them removed. If it grows bigger, gets hard, firm tender or red, talk to his doc. ...Read more

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I have a pea size soft lump in front of one ear. Not sick currently but I do have seasonal allergies flaring. Is this normal?

I have a pea size soft lump in front of one ear. Not sick currently but I do have seasonal allergies flaring. Is this normal?

Lymph node?: This could be a pre-auricular lymph node but it still is possible this may be a lump in the parotid gland directly in front of the ear. Have it checked out by by ENT doctor. ...Read more

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Pea sized node palpable in neck since July, now behind neck pea sized. Had mono in July, have allergies and sinus pressure now. Dr says ok 2nd opinon?

Pea sized node palpable in neck since July, now behind neck pea sized. Had mono in July, have allergies and sinus pressure now. Dr says ok 2nd opinon?

Depends: Your doctor is probably right and another doctor might say the same thing. The question is--what would you do if the second doctor recommends something different? If you want it removed, you can find someone to do it if you look hard enough. ...Read more

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Ear pain/fullness vertigo. Small pea size bump behind ear not painful. Infection? Allergies? What is this?

Ear pain/fullness vertigo. Small pea size bump behind ear not painful. Infection? Allergies? What is this?

Allergies: You may have allergies. The mucus produced has gone into your middle ear giving you fullness and vertigo as well as pain. Theseelling about yourear represents a small reactive lymph node. Try taking antihistamines like claritin, (loratadine) Allegra orxyrtec ...Read more

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13 yr o f, seasonal allergies, history of throat & sinus infections. Has pea size fleshy red bumps on bk of throat. Pain, no fever. What might it be?

13 yr o f, seasonal allergies, history of throat & sinus infections. Has pea size fleshy red bumps on bk of throat. Pain, no fever. What might it be?

Infection vs drainag: You need to have this visualized by a physician who can do a swab for gram stain and culture. It could very well be inflammation due to constant nasal drainage but do not be foolish and sit idly by. ...Read more

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Wat is the scietific name of green pea?

Wat is the scietific name of green pea?

Pisum sativum: The pea is the small round seed or the seed-pod of the plant called pisum sativum. They are quite nutritious, and tasty too. ...Read more

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Is it good to eat frozen peas and sweet corn?

Is it good to eat frozen peas and sweet corn?

DIET: Sure... have at it! Peas and corn in particular maintain nutritional value when compared to fresh or cooked. ...Read more

Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies (Definition)

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