SEAFOOD ALERGY AND SYMPTOMS
OF SEAFOOD ALERGIES
The seafood alergy is considered as the adverse alergic reaction
by eating seafood like fish and shellfish that may probably
cause even death.
This is supposed to be the third most commonly noticed food
alergies which on an average affect nearly 3 percent of adults
in the United States as revealed by the American Academy of
Alergy, Asthma and Immunology – AAAAI. The normal symptoms of
the seafood allergy are such as: hives, itching, stomach upset
and nasal congestion. However, the serious most cases of the
seafood allergy may exhibit anaphylactic shock which is probably
the life threatening reaction distinguished by difficulty
breathing and abrupt fall of blood pressure.
Discarding the consumption of seafood of any description is
the best way of averting seafood allergic reactions.