Some substances from outside the body-Truth About Cellulite Reviewby Lovely Flavia skin specialist Respiratory, red, watery, itchy and swollen eyes, nasal itching, runny nose, stuffy nose and much sneezing, shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, chest tightness
Cardiovascular: dizziness, faintness, hypotension or hypertension mouth, stomach and intestines: itchy lips, mouth and pharynx,
sometimes accompanied by swelling, throat tightness, feeling of tightness and sometimes itching in the ears. Sometimes abdominal pain, diarrhea, hives all over the body, abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting.
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Some substances from outside the body, a drug or nutrient can have a direct impact on the "mast". Mast cells contain substances (seen as "grains" under the microscope) after release from the cell give rise to allergic symptoms such as hives, sneezing, shortness of breath, etc.).
One of these substances is histamine. In a real allergy, this process of release (medical term ) only established after binding of allergen-specific Age antibodies to the mast cell. In a pseudo-allergy so this release is done immediately.
Because a pseudo allergic reaction is not a true allergic reaction is distinguishable is often performed a standard investigation.
One can only speak of a pseudo-allergy when the allergy tests have shown no real allergy.
Comments NDN When medication must be extra alert to an adverse effect on the intestinal flora. This can cause abdominal discomfort and food reactions.
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