Follow up – Ali Mualla:
Nut allergy is a type of food allergy, and it spreads in different circles, whether children or adults, and attention must be paid to the symptoms, because neglecting them leads to serious complications.
Nuts allergy appears suddenly when eating small amounts of nuts, and the accompanying symptoms recur every time you eat it, and if these symptoms increase, it becomes life-threatening.
In this article, we will review the symptoms associated with a nut allergy:
1. Abdominal pain accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
3. Difficulty swallowing.
4. Itching in the mouth, eyes, skin, or any area of the body.
5. Nasal congestion.
6. Some cases are accompanied by shortness of breath, and in this case it is classified as hypersensitivity, and it is necessary to go to the hospital to speed up the patient’s aid.