Peanut and hazelnut allergy. Symptoms and risk factors

Peanut and hazelnut allergy is one of the most dangerous allergies. This can even be fatal, causing anaphylaxis. Even if you had a relatively mild reaction for the first time, it did

it may get worse over time.

If you have already noticed certain manifestations after eating peanuts or peanuts, it is essential to consult a doctor. Next time you may have a much more severe reaction that can cause death.

Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that can be caused by a variety of allergens, including peanuts and peanuts. An allergic response to peanuts usually occurs within minutes of exposure.

Peanut allergy is the most common cause of food-borne anaphylaxis, a medical emergency that requires treatment with an auto-injector of epinephrine.

(adrenaline) and a trip to the emergency room. Otherwise, this can be fatal.

General symptoms caused by anaphylaxis:

  • Airway constriction
  • Swelling of the throat that makes breathing difficult
  • Severe drop in blood pressure (shock)
  • Puls rapid
  • Dizziness, vertigo or loss of consciousness

Symptoms of peanut or peanut allergy

right, signs and symptoms of peanut allergy may include:

Risk factors for peanut allergy:

Risk factors for peanut allergy include:

Age. Food allergies are most common in children, especially in young children and infants. As you age, your digestive system matures, and your body is less likely to react to foods that trigger allergies.

Previous peanut allergy. Some children with peanut allergy

I can get rid of it later. However, it can reappear even long after the symptoms have disappeared.

Other allergies. If you are already allergic to one food, you may be at increased risk of becoming allergic to another. Also, having another type of allergy, such as hay fever, increases your risk of a food allergy.

Family members with allergies. There is an increased risk of allergic to peanuts if other allergies are common in your family, especially other types of food allergies.

Atopic dermatitis. Some people with dermatitis skin condition

Atopic (eczema) also have a food allergy.

Cancer patients

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