Angioedema

What is Angioedema?

Recurrent large circumscribed areas of subcutaneous or mucosal edema of sudden onset, usually disappearing within 24 hours; frequently, an allergic reaction to foods or drugs.

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I am a 34 year old female which leads a fairly healthy lifestyle.
About a couple of years ago I had chest pain - feeling like GI reflux, discomfort...

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What you are currently suffering from looks like gastro esophageal reflux more so because you are taking aspirin and...

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Hi I am 41 year old female. In sept I was dianosed witha ful left leg dvt and placed on warfarin with weekly bloodtests for dose. 9 days ago I was...

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Hello.any drug can cause urticaria or angioedema due to hypersensitivity or idiosyncracy.Ask ur haemotologist to change the drug and in the mean...

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I'm 31 years old and since I was 19 I have had episodes of angiodema and hives lasting from 5 years, to 6 months, etc.. on and off. I've been...

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Angioedema is an allergic condition characterized by swelling just below the surface of the skin, usually around the lips...

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