Anaphylactic Shock Symptoms

Anaphylaxis is most dangerous in all allergic reactions. If not treated immediately, can lead to serious complications and even death. Foods, bee stings, and drugs such as the reaction of each allergen can trigger anaphylaxis. Typical symptoms of anaphylaxis include:

Lips, tongue, throat, itchy, swollen hands or feet, usually
Tingling sensation in the mouth and face
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, cough, wheezy breathing and / or hoarseness
Sneezing and nasal obstruction-usually with kaşıntıyla
Chest pain or jam
Difficulty swallowing, voice changes or
Feeling of warmth or flushing of the skin and in general (sometimes with rash), swelling and severe itching (bee sting bee sting cases, these symptoms may occur in remote areas, displaced)
From the decrease in blood pressure, dizziness and even loss of consciousness
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or stomach cramps
A sense of panic or anxiety (feeling of impending disaster)

Becomes detached from one of these symptoms occur, consult your doctor or emergency room immediately. To alleviate the symptoms most likely will need injections of adrenaline.

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