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Can having many allergies be a sign of an autoimmune disorder?
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Dr. Quan Nguyen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: It depends
If you have the usual respiratory allergies (allergic rhinitiis, i.
E hay fever, or asthma) then it is not. But if you have chronic urticaria (recurrent hives), you may have igg antibody against your mast cell receptors, thus this would be a form of autoimmune condition.

In brief: It depends
If you have the usual respiratory allergies (allergic rhinitiis, i.
E hay fever, or asthma) then it is not. But if you have chronic urticaria (recurrent hives), you may have igg antibody against your mast cell receptors, thus this would be a form of autoimmune condition.
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