Treatment for Food Allergies
- Tightness of the throat
- Tingling in the mouth
- Swelling of the tongue, lips, and/or face
- Rapid pulse
- Hives or itchy skin
- Wheezing or trouble breathing
- Lightheadedness or dizziness
- Stomach pain
- Anaphylaxis – this is a sudden and severe reaction involving several symptoms occurring at once.
Who is at risk?
- People with a family history of food allergies
- People with other allergies
Emergency Warning Signs: When should I see a doctor?
Treatment is available now at Well-Key Urgent Care.
For more information on food allergies, see the following websites:
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