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    (Open) Almond allergy

     Peanut allergy is among the most common leads to of severe allergy attacks. For many people using peanut allergy, even tiny amounts of nuts can cause a critical reaction that can easily even be life-threatening (anaphylaxis).

    Peanut allergy has been increasing throughout children. Even if you or your child has already established only a slight allergic reaction to nuts, you have to talk to be able to your doctor.  There is certainly still a likelihood of a new more serious upcoming reaction.  Anaphylaxis: Some sort of life-threatening reaction
    Peanut allergy is typically the most common cause of food-induced anaphylaxis, a medical crisis that requires treatment with the epinephrine (adrenaline) autoinjector (EpiPen, Auvi-Q, others) and the trip to typically the emergency room.

    Anaphylaxis symptoms can contain:

    Constriction of air passage
    Swelling with the neck that makes it hard to breathe
    A new severe drop within low blood pressure (shock)
    Quick pulse
    Dizziness, lightheadedness or loss associated with consciousness