Salicylate sensitivity

What is Salicylate sensitivity?

People with a low salicylate tolerance may have an allergic reaction if more than a small amount of salicylate is consumed. Symptoms of a salicylate allergy may include asthma-like symptoms, such as trouble breathing and wheezing, Headaches, Nasal congestion etc.

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how can an aspirin sensitivity be treated. I feel awful all the time
my diet is limited to very low salcylic acid diet still i have trouble...

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I have read your question and I understand that you are diagnosed with aspirin allergy (sensitivity). I also read that you have tried to change...

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I have been have weird symptoms for the last four years. I get pain in the left side pelvic/hip area after meals. When the pain in that area...

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Thanks for writing to us.

The pelvic pain after meals with food do suggest an irritable bowel syndrome that can be either...

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Hi, I woke up this morning feeling really quite itchy, I have take a bath abd the itching is less (I am wheezing a little now)
I appear to have a...

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Brief Answer:
Definitely an allergic reaction

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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

It definitely appears to be an allergic...

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