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What is Exercise induced anaphylaxis?

What is Exercise induced anaphylaxis?

  • Exercise induced anaphylaxis: A rare form of hives triggered by exercise. The condition can progress to shock and even death. Some sufferers are prone to this condition if they eat certain foods (especially wheat) before exercising.

Exercise induced anaphylaxis: Introduction

Types of Exercise induced anaphylaxis:

Broader types of Exercise induced anaphylaxis:

How serious is Exercise induced anaphylaxis?

Complications of Exercise induced anaphylaxis: see complications of Exercise induced anaphylaxis

What causes Exercise induced anaphylaxis?

Causes of Exercise induced anaphylaxis: see causes of Exercise induced anaphylaxis

What are the symptoms of Exercise induced anaphylaxis?

Symptoms of Exercise induced anaphylaxis: see symptoms of Exercise induced anaphylaxis

Complications of Exercise induced anaphylaxis: see complications of Exercise induced anaphylaxis

Onset of Exercise induced anaphylaxis: 5-30 minutes after starting exercise

Exercise induced anaphylaxis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Exercise induced anaphylaxis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Exercise induced anaphylaxis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Exercise induced anaphylaxis: Allergist/Immunologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Exercise induced anaphylaxis.
Treatments for Exercise induced anaphylaxis: see treatments for Exercise induced anaphylaxis

Name of Exercise induced anaphylaxis

Main name of condition: Exercise induced anaphylaxis

 

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