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Allergies happen when your body's immune system reacts to a food or substance 

that typically doesn't elicit a reaction in most individuals, such as pollen, bee venom, or pet exfoliants.

Allergic Reaction

Antibodies are chemicals that your immune system creates. When you have allergies, your immune system produces antibodies that mistakenly label a certain allergen as dangerous when it is not. Your digestive system, skin, sinuses, or airways may become inflamed as a result of your immune system's reaction once you come into touch with the allergen.

Individual differences in allergy severity mean that it can range from a simple annoyance to a potentially fatal emergency called anaphylaxis. Although most allergies are incurable, there are therapies that can lessen your allergy symptoms. 


Depending on the chemical, allergy symptoms can have a different influence on your health. Can have an impact on your skin, digestive system, sinuses, and airways. Acute to mild allergic responses are possible. In extremely extreme circumstances, allergies can result in an allergic reaction that is potentially fatal known as anaphylaxis. 

Hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, can culminate in: 

  • Sneezing 

  • Itching in the mouth, eyes, nose, or eyes 

  • Stuffy, runny nose 

  • Eyes which are watery, red, or swollen (conjunctivitis) 

An allergy to food may result in: 

  • Tingling in the mouth 

  • Lip, tongue, face, or throat swelling 

  • Hives 


Anaphylactic shock • A big area of swelling (oedema) around the sting site 

  • Itching or hives all over the body

  • Cough, chest tightness, wheezing, or shortness of breath 

  • Anaphylaxis 

  • Hives can be caused by a medication allergy.

  • Dry skin

  • Rash  

  • Facial swelling  

  • Wheezing 


Atopic dermatitis, often known as eczema, is an allergic skin disorder that can cause the skin to:

  • Itch  

  • Redden 

  • Peel or flake 


Some allergies, such as those to foods and insect stings, can cause a severe reaction known as anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is a potentially fatal medical emergency that can cause shock. Anaphylaxis symptoms include: 

  • Loss of consciousness 

  • Reduction in blood pressure •

  • Severe shortness of breath

  • Skin rash

  • Light-headedness  

  • Quick, weak pulse  

  • Nausea and vomiting 

What we do at Surgiderma Hospital to treat allergy? 

You might see us if you have symptoms you think are caused by an allergy, and allergy medications don't provide enough relief. 

For a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis), we provide emergency services which are open 24/7 you can call on 9535377896 for immediate 


Evaluation, diagnosis, and long-term management of anaphylaxis are complicated, so  you should meet our specialist doctor 

Dr. Sujaya s n who will help to relieve your  symptoms 

We do all food and respiratory allergy profile which is very comprehensive and updated with new allergens frequently.


We also do patch test for allergies.


We do desensitization treatments such as autologous serum or use biologicals for resistant cases

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