Allergy symptoms can be hard to relate to a specific allergy.
This section provides a list of allergy symptoms and their descriptions, to help you identify and understand specific health issues.
A single symptom rarely indicates a specific disease. More often, it is a group of symptoms and other circumstances.
The funny thing about allergies and sensitivities is that a group of people can have a reaction to exactly the same food, but all have a different reaction.
This seems to be especially true for delayed reactions.
This is especially true with allergies, where different people may have the same symptoms, but different allergies, or the same allergy but different symptoms.
Symptoms are the specific experiences you feel when you are sick. Some may be visible, such as a rash, others may be invisible, such as pain or brain-fog.
Symptoms are considered to be those experiences noticeable by the patient, for example, brain fog.. A sign is also visible to others, such as a rash.
A set of symptoms together are often typical of a specific disease.
For delayed-onset allergies, this is often not the case. Each patient may experience a set of symptoms specific only to them.
Allergy Symptoms List
Here is a list of allergy symptoms. Note that most people with allergies will not get all of these symptoms. You may only have one or two, you may have quite a long list.
Also, having several of these symptoms does not automatically mean you have an allergy. You are advised to see a doctor to make a definite determination.
Wikipedia on symptoms