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What are symptoms of an alcohol allergy?

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Symptoms of an alcohol allergy include:

If you have an alcohol allergy, it doesn’t take much to trigger reactions. Two teaspoons of wine or a mouthful of beer may be enough.

  • Rashes
  • Trouble breathing
  • Stomach cramps
  • Collapse
  • Anaphylaxis, a severe reaction that can include a rapid, weak pulse, nausea, and vomiting. If you have this, swelling or trouble breathing, Call 911

From: Do I Have an Allergy to Alcohol? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Allergy UK: “Alcohol Allergy.”

University of Notre Dame, Student Well-Being: “Alcohol Allergies: Do They Exist?”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Definition.”

ASCIA: “Alcohol allergy.”

New Health Guide: “Alcohol Intolerance.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Symptoms.”

Food Reactions: “Alcohol Intolerance.”

Robert Eitches, MD, FAAAAI, Los Angeles.

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Causes.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Risk factors.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Definition.”

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on February 22, 2019

SOURCES:

Allergy UK: “Alcohol Allergy.”

University of Notre Dame, Student Well-Being: “Alcohol Allergies: Do They Exist?”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Definition.”

ASCIA: “Alcohol allergy.”

New Health Guide: “Alcohol Intolerance.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Symptoms.”

Food Reactions: “Alcohol Intolerance.”

Robert Eitches, MD, FAAAAI, Los Angeles.

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Causes.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Risk factors.”

Mayo Clinic: “Alcohol intolerance: Definition.”

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on February 22, 2019

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