Egg Allergy

Avoid eggs if you have an egg allergy!

- Watch out for Globulin, Albumin, Apovitellenin, Livetin, Ovalbumin, Ovomucin, Ovomuciod, Ovovitellin, and Phosvitin as they are in eggs and found in a lot of recipes!

- Wheezing, trouble breathing, coughing, hoarseness, throat tightness, stomachache, vomiting, diarrhea, itchy or watery or swollen eyes, hives, red spots, swelling, and a drop in blood pressure are some symptoms!

- Approximately two percent of children have an egg allergy.

- Studies show that about seventy percent of children with an egg allergy will outgrow the condition by age sixteen.

- The symptoms of an egg allergy will usually occur within seconds, minutes or occasionally within the hour after digestion of an egg or another food containing egg.

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