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Can you be suddenly allergic to aspirin?

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Dr. Alex Martinez
Internal Medicine - Allergy
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In brief: Aspirin allergy

Allergic reactions to foods & medicines can develop "suddenly" without warning, even if the particular substance has been consumed before without any difficulty.
Aspirin allergy can begin unexpectedly but it is also important to rule out another kind of adverse drug reaction such as a predictable side effect or an idiosyncratic response; these reactions can occur inadvertently and not every time.

In brief: Aspirin allergy

Allergic reactions to foods & medicines can develop "suddenly" without warning, even if the particular substance has been consumed before without any difficulty.
Aspirin allergy can begin unexpectedly but it is also important to rule out another kind of adverse drug reaction such as a predictable side effect or an idiosyncratic response; these reactions can occur inadvertently and not every time.
Dr. Alex Martinez
Dr. Alex Martinez
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Dr. Richard Wachs
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Yes

Allergies can develop at any time even if you have been taking the medication regularly.
Allergy can be confused with adverse reactions and i recommend evaluation by an allergist if you believe you have developed an allergy.

In brief: Yes

Allergies can develop at any time even if you have been taking the medication regularly.
Allergy can be confused with adverse reactions and i recommend evaluation by an allergist if you believe you have developed an allergy.
Dr. Richard Wachs
Dr. Richard Wachs
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