Different allergies produce a range of different symptoms and these can point to what type of allergy a child is suffering from. However, some allergies may produce similar symptoms, so when a child is suffering from more than one allergy, it can be difficult to know what each symptom is caused by. Any child may become allergic, but children from families with a history of allergy are more likely to be allergic. This section is dedicated to provide information on how allergy affects children, it’s diagnosis and management. The time taken to become sensitised to an allergen varies from days to years. Some people stop in the sensitisation phase, experiencing symptoms but never fully developing an allergy to the allergen. Read more………….
Symptoms of Allergies in Children