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The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) cautions that patients may experience swelling at the injection site, increased allergy symptoms, or, in a worst-care scenario, anaphylactic shock.
Don't worry—going into anaphylactic shock after getting an allergy shot is extremely rare, says Dr. Mainardi.
There is no test, treatment or cure for AFE, which is akin to the anaphylactic shock some people develop from bee stings or peanuts.
There is a second free app with first-aid advice for situations ranging from anaphylactic shock to heart attacks.
Known for their fearlessness and painful, venom-laden butt pinches, these wee warriors can easily take down a chicken, kitten and occasionally even a human (usually by anaphylactic shock).
The first symptom of Chagas is swelling, which is sometimes followed by anaphylactic shock.
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