Allergy can occur in any age group, as well as in infants. It is believed that the allergy is mostly genetic.
But there are reasons that increase the severity of the allergy. For example, smoking by the mother during pregnancy or after childbirth facilitates the appearance and aggravation of symptoms.
Respiratory allergies in infants can manifest itself in the form of nasal congestion, wheezing, recurrent or non-passing coughing attacks.
October October Some babies may experience food allergies to additional nutrients. In these babies, symptoms such as excessive gas, abdominal swelling, diarrhea or constipation, blood in the stool, redness of the skin, or eczema may occur.
When talking about baby allergies, we should not forget about cow’s milk allergy.
Symptoms of cow’s milk allergy can begin with childbirth. Symptoms are usually the same as those listed above. In treatment, it is essential to exclude cow’s milk from the diet of the mother and baby.
At an advanced age, such allergies can be solved on their own.
It includes a number of reactions that the child’s immune system develops in response to pollen, mold, environmental factors, drugs or food.
They can manifest themselves in the form of eczema, runny nose (rhinitis), asthma, itching or intense allergic shock (anaphylaxis). Itching in the eyes, itching in the nose, runny nose, wheezing, blisters on the skin and signs of edema in the child should be questioned.
Sometimes the seasons can be the triggering factor, sometimes there may even be insect bites.
Sources: strawberries, egg whites, tomatoes, nuts, additionally, cigarette smoke, perfume, deodorant, house dust mites, pollens, allergies can all be caused by medications, food coloring, sausage, ham, sugar, cola, soda, fruit juices and ready for containing fruits, seafood, prepared foods.
Allergy factors can be determined by skin tests. The next step is to keep the child away from these factors and, if not possible, vaccinate against them.
Caution should be exercised when vaccinating children who are allergic to vaccines such as measles, rubella, mumps, in which there is egg protein.
If your child has an allergy; especially if he has a drug allergy, he should definitely inform the doctor when he gets sick. If your child has symptoms such as skin rashes due to allergies, intense itching or shortness of breath, wheezing, be sure to contact the nearest emergency department.