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My mom gets angioedema, so am I likely to get it later? Is she allergic to something?
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Dr. Valentin Drezaliu
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Angioedema
In 80% cause we dont know what s causing it.
It s a form of chronic urticaria. There is a chance you may develop this, higher that the rest of population. You may never develop it whatsoever, if it happens go see a dermatologist to see if can identify a cause and establish proper diagnosis. Hope it helps.

In brief: Angioedema
In 80% cause we dont know what s causing it.
It s a form of chronic urticaria. There is a chance you may develop this, higher that the rest of population. You may never develop it whatsoever, if it happens go see a dermatologist to see if can identify a cause and establish proper diagnosis. Hope it helps.
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