I am not aware of such symptoms due to allergy
to e-cigarettes, but since you are sure that the e-cigarette is the culprit, I would recommend that you give up e-cigarettes totally, rather than restarting smoking
E-cigarettes are known to be easier to give up than the conventional ones. Although you may feel restless and irritable initially due to withdrawal, it gets better with time and you will be fine in a few days. You can also use some some simple strategies to control your craving for tobacco like eating/drinking something else, distracting yourself when there is craving. Also avoid company of people who smoke or places where cigarettes are sold, as it can act as a cue and lead to strong craving.
Best wishes for a nicotine-free life.