Allergies can result in various types of conditions. Some are easy to identify by the pattern of symptoms that invariably follows exposure to a particular substance; others are more subtle and may masquerade as other conditions. Here are some common clues that should lead you to suspect your child may have an allergy.
•Patches of bumps or itchy, red skin that won’t go away
•Development of hives—intensely itchy skin eruptions that usually last for a few hours and move from one part of the body to another
•Repeated or chronic cold-like symptoms, such as a runny nose, nasal stuffiness, sneezing, and throat clearing, that last more than a week or two, or develop at about the same time every year
•Nose rubbing, sniffling, snorting, sneezing, or drippy nose
•Itchy, runny eyes
•Itching or tingling sensations in the mouth and throat
•Coughing, wheezing, difficulty breathing, and other respiratory symptoms
•Unexplained bouts of diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and other intestinal symptoms.
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