- Mouth: Itching or swollen lips or tongue
- Lungs: cough, wheezing, shortness of breath
- Heart: weak pulse, dizziness, fainting
- Skin:Hives, itching, redness, swelling
- Face:flushed, swollen (eyes and ears common)
- Throat:itching, tight feeling, swelling
- GI system: vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, nausea
The first time that someone has a severe allergic reaction is very frightening. Unfortunately subsequent reactions can be even more severe. It is essential to recognize symptoms that need immediate attention.
Make certain that any babysitters or friends caring for your child, know what allergens are potential hazards so that they can be certain to avoid them They should also have an injector handy just in case.
generic epipen now available!!!
AUVI Q is back!!!
4/1/2017 nope, not an April fools joke