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Peanut allergies

Peanut allergies: Introduction

Peanut allergies: A hypersensitive state that is due to exposure to an allergen contained in peanuts. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Peanut allergies is available below.

Symptoms of Peanut allergies

Treatments for Peanut allergies

  • Treatment of peanut allergy is dependant upon the type of allergic symptom, the body system affected, and the severity of the reaction. Treatments for peanut allergies include:
  • Allergen avoidance - avoidance of peanuts and education of children and carers
  • Antihistamines - may help in mild reactions
  • Asthma medications such as inhaled beta agonists and inhaled corticosteroids - used to treat asthma which may have allergy as a contributing factor
  • Oral steroids - used in short courses for moderate allergic reactions especially with asthma symptoms or skin conditions
  • more treatments...»

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