A life-threatening allergic
reaction that can occur quickly
and can be caused by food, insect
stings, medication, and latex.
Symptoms may include hives,
itching, wheezing, nausea,
shortness of breath, and fainting.
Discussing the results of these six questions with your health care professional can help you answer this very important question. Together, you can understand your child's risk and learn how to spot the warning signs of a life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis).
ONLY A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL CAN DETERMINE YOUR POTENTIAL TO EXPERIENCE A LIFE-THREATENING ALLERGIC REACTION (ANAPHYLAXIS). THIS SURVEY DOES NOT QUALIFY AS A METHOD OF DIAGNOSIS OR ASSESSMENT OF THE POTENTIAL TO EXPERIENCE ANAPHYLAXIS.
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