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Which are some typical latex allergy symptoms?
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Dr. Anlin Xu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Different types
True allergy to the rubber tree sap protein can lead to anaphylaxis, wheezing, hives, throat swelling, fainting, and in extreme cases, even death.
The chemicals added during the process making rubber tree sack into latex product (called vulcanizing agents) most commonly cause contact allergy, which is usually a rash that can be itchy, burning, or blistering.

In brief: Different types
True allergy to the rubber tree sap protein can lead to anaphylaxis, wheezing, hives, throat swelling, fainting, and in extreme cases, even death.
The chemicals added during the process making rubber tree sack into latex product (called vulcanizing agents) most commonly cause contact allergy, which is usually a rash that can be itchy, burning, or blistering.
Dr. Anlin Xu
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Dr. Andrew Murphy
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Wide range
Latex allergy symptoms can range from a mild rash to sever life threatening reactions and everything in between.

In brief: Wide range
Latex allergy symptoms can range from a mild rash to sever life threatening reactions and everything in between.
Dr. Andrew Murphy
Dr. Andrew Murphy
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