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An allergy is a sensitivity to a substance which does not normally cause people any problems.

What to look for:

  • Sneezing, wheezing, nasal congestion, and coughing indicate asthma, or drug or respiratory allergies.

  • Itchy eyes, mouth, and throat are symptoms of respiratory allergies.

  • Stomach ache, frequent indigestion, and heartburn and diarrhoea are signs of food sensitivities.

  • Irritated, itchy, reddening, or swelling skin is associated with drug, food, and insect sting allergies.
  • Stiffness, pain, and swelling of joints may indicate food or drug allergies.

Allergies come in a variety of forms and vary in severity from mildly bothersome to life-threatening.


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