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8 days ago I found out I was allergic to peaches as soon as I took a 2/3rd bite into one, the bottom of my tongue became numb and my lips swell with bumps on it. I drank alcohol last night and about 4-5 hrs of sleeping, my bottom lip is very swollen.

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Dr. Kristin Sokol
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Antihistamines

Try taking oral antihistamines like zyrtec or Allegra.
Benadryl will also help but might make you sleepy and only last a few hours. If any breathing difficulty, coughing or the sensation of throat tightening develops please see doctor right away

In brief: Antihistamines

Try taking oral antihistamines like zyrtec or Allegra.
Benadryl will also help but might make you sleepy and only last a few hours. If any breathing difficulty, coughing or the sensation of throat tightening develops please see doctor right away
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Dr. Corey Clay
look up pollen-food allergy syndrome....peaches do not typically (I should say very rarely) cause allergy akin to high-risk foods like nuts, dairy, egg, wheat, soy, sesame and seafood
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