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Anaphylactic shock from spring allergies? Is that possible?
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Dr. John Overholt
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Unlikely
Anaphylaxis is usually caused by stinging insects, foods, or medications.
Spring allergens in the U.S. Are usually tree pollens. A systemic reaction to airborne pollens would be exceedingly unusual.

In brief: Unlikely
Anaphylaxis is usually caused by stinging insects, foods, or medications.
Spring allergens in the U.S. Are usually tree pollens. A systemic reaction to airborne pollens would be exceedingly unusual.
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