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Allergies (Child) - Diagnosis

Allergies (Child) - Preparing for surgery

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Allergies (Child) - Other Information

When To Seek Help

Seek medication attention if your symptoms get worse over a few days, or if they do not improve with treatment. You should see a doctor at once if you suddenly develop severe or rapidly worsening symptoms such as:

  • swelling of the lips, tongue, or throat
  • wheezing, chest tightness, loud breathing, or trouble breathing
  • sweating, nausea, or vomiting
  • widespread rash
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