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Can a person develop a mosquito allergy later in life?
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Dr. Joseph De santi
Family Medicine
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In brief: Mosquito Menace
Each of us possesses an immune reaction to the anticoagulant saliva of mosquitoes, some more than others.
It is possible that a person with a mild, local cellular reaction could later develop a more systemic "anaphylactoid" reaction to a bite, however this is extremely rare. Unlike bee or wasp venom, mosquito saliva is not designed to kill or paralyze but designed to anticoagulate and dilate.

In brief: Mosquito Menace
Each of us possesses an immune reaction to the anticoagulant saliva of mosquitoes, some more than others.
It is possible that a person with a mild, local cellular reaction could later develop a more systemic "anaphylactoid" reaction to a bite, however this is extremely rare. Unlike bee or wasp venom, mosquito saliva is not designed to kill or paralyze but designed to anticoagulate and dilate.
Dr. Joseph De santi
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