What symptoms are characteristic of allergic reactions?
Most allergic reactions are related to an inflammatory process that can be produced in different organs, such as: eyes, nose, throat, lungs or skin.
The allergic reactions can be:
*Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis: pathology whose symptoms are nasal itching, tearing, conjunctivitis, sneezing, nasal dripping and obstruction.
*Asthmatic processes: pathology whose symptoms are coughing, difficulty in breathing, inflammation and bronchial hyper-reactivity.
*Eczemas and/or dermatitis: pathology whose symptoms are alterations of the skin in localised areas (dermatitis) or generalised areas (urticarias).
Therefore, if you suffer from one or more of these symptoms, you should contact your specialist in order to obtain a specific and precise diagnosis of the allergic process from which you suffer.