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Types Of Allergic Skin Reactions
Possible: Anything about food allergy is likely possible but I must admit that there has been no study ,to my knowledge, addressing this issue. Theoretically one can postulate the such allergic combination can occur. Do note however that cooking in general reduces the allergenicity of a food and perhaps that's the reason why we have not observed this type of problem ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Yes and No: Allergies to specific triggers, like peanuts, shrimp, dust mites, etc., are not inherited from one generation to the next. However, the general state of "being allergic" (atopy) can be hereditary, so children of parents with asthma or seasonal allergies may have increased risk to develop those or other allergic conditions. See an allergist for more information. ...Read more
Can a severe allergic skin reaction including: dermatitis, hives, eodema, erythmaderma cause new sensitivities to other chemicals to begin?
No: Many rashes have characteristic patterns of distribution on the body and many have distinguishing features on the skin; such as the silvery scale of psoriasis. Many rashes look the same and may have early or late features which make them indistinguishable from allergic reactions. A skin biopsy may be useful for identifying the true cause of a rash. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many-some dangerous: Latex allergy may cause allergic reactions ranging from sneezing or a runny nose to a rash, to throat swelling, to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening condition. Your doctor may determine if you have a latex allergy or if you're at risk of developing a latex allergy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Definitely since one disease condition usually does not preclude you from getting another one. Certain foods are more dangerous than others in term of allergy. Peanut tops the list followed by tree nuts and shellfish. Some fruit allergies may just cause a transient itching in the mouth, other food allergies may cause anaphylaxis. However allergy to multiple foods is not too common but not rare ...Read more
3 types: Perennial - year-round symptoms usually due to something in your home - house dust mites, animal danders, molds, cockroaches. Seasonal - symptoms occurring only part of the year due to outdoor stuff - tree, grass or weed pollens & molds. Intermittent - symptoms triggered by occasional exposure to things you are allergic to - typically someone else' pet when you visit their home. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Food allergies: Food allergens are the most common causes of childhood anaphylactic reactions with peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, cow's milk, soy and eggs being among the most common. Stinging insects, medications and latex rubber are also among the more common causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergic reactions include runny nose and watery eyes. Can antihistamine drugs help prevent or decrease the effects of an allergic reaction?
A range of symptoms: Allergic reactions can be non life threatening and only include hives and itching, or can include multiple organ systems and present with swelling, throat tightening, cough, wheeze, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and light-headedness. See an allergist for definitive allergy testing. ...Read more
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