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Aspirin allergy What are the symptoms? - Mayo Clinic

11/17/2014
01:02 | Author: David Perry

Aspirin allergy
Aspirin allergy What are the symptoms? - Mayo Clinic

Reactions to aspirin are common. If you have an aspirin allergy or sensitivity, you may also have a reaction to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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Reactions to aspirin are common.

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The Basics of Salicylate Allergies - WebMD

9/16/2014
01:56 | Author: Emma Coleman

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The Basics of Salicylate Allergies - WebMD

Salicylates are chemicals found naturally in plants and are a major ingredient in aspirin and other pain-relieving medications. They are also.

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Aspirin Sensitivity - WebMD

7/15/2014
03:34 | Author: Lauren Ross

Aspirin allergy
Aspirin Sensitivity - WebMD

Some people have an aspirin sensitivity. They get symptoms when they take it, similar to an allergy.

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How to Know if You Have an Aspirin Allergy - Allergies - About.com

5/14/2014
05:32 | Author: Emma Coleman

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How to Know if You Have an Aspirin Allergy - Allergies - About.com

Allergy to aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) is a common occurrence, especially for people with asthma and sinus.

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Namazy JA, Simon RA. Sensitivity to Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2002;89:542-50.

Over-the-counter medications to avoid.

In patients with chronic hives and/or swelling, NSAIDs may worsen skin reactions. NSAIDs are also a trigger for some patients with anaphylaxis, aseptic meningitis, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and other reactions, although the absolute risk is unclear.

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How to Live With an Allergy to Aspirin 12 Steps (with Pictures)

3/13/2014
07:50 | Author: David Perry

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How to Live With an Allergy to Aspirin 12 Steps (with Pictures)

How to Live With an Allergy to Aspirin. Aspirin is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that is commonly used to recover from headaches and fevers. However.

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