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What are symptoms of food allergies in a child?
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Dr. Paul Williams
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Eczema, anaphylaxis
Food allergies in children can be associated with eczema, or anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction that can manifest as hives, throat swelling or trouble breathing.

In brief: Eczema, anaphylaxis
Food allergies in children can be associated with eczema, or anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction that can manifest as hives, throat swelling or trouble breathing.
Dr. Paul Williams
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Dr. Paul Carter
Agree, but eczema and anaphylaxis usually occur independently of each other.
Dr. Joseph Cohen
Pediatrics
In brief: Many
They can range from a rash vomiting to an overwhelming shock and respiratory distress.
Another words lowering of the blood pressure to a critical level and the inability to breathe normally. This is should be treated as an emergency.

In brief: Many
They can range from a rash vomiting to an overwhelming shock and respiratory distress.
Another words lowering of the blood pressure to a critical level and the inability to breathe normally. This is should be treated as an emergency.
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