When you come into contact with the trigger, the substance which causes your allergic reaction, the following symptoms may appear:
Itching/flushing of the skin
4. Stomach pain
5. Nausea and vomiting
6. Fast heart beat, weak pulse
7. Anxiety and/or confusion
8. Fainting/passing out
9. In infants, floppiness may arise as a result of coming into contact with the trigger
People with anaphylactic reactions, as well as parents, caregivers, teachers and friends should be familiar with the symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction and seek immediate treatment with the usage of an adrenaline (epinephrine) auto-injector pen.
If you are or think you might be at risk of severe allergic reactions, it is important to see your doctor to be diagnosed and to receive advice on the right treatment for your condition.
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