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Anaphylactic Shock

by Allergy Guy

Anaphylactic Shock


symptoms of anaphylactic shock tend to develop rapidly although may be delayed and/or deceptively mild.

The victim may become uneasy, upset and red in the face. They may also develop a rapid heartbeat, prickling and itchiness in the skin, throbbing in the ears, sneezing, coughing and difficulty breathing. Shock may then follow, in which blood vessels become leaky, blood pressure falls and the person becomes cold, clammy and faint.

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