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A sudden, severe allergic reaction to a substance Can be fatal
Swelling of the tongue Difficulty breathing or swallowing Wheezing Swelling of face
Hives Skin redness Cough Unconsciousness Low blood pressure Increases heart rate Dizziness Blue colored skin
Call 911 immediately If reaction is from a bee, scrape the stinger off the skin Give an injection of epinephrine Avoid oral medication
Avoid any known triggers that have cause reactions in the past Carry emergency medical medications according to your doctors instructions
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