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Peanut Butter Allergy

Allergy to peanut and peanut products like peanut butter presents symptoms like itching, sneezing, eczema, hives, swelling, abdominal pain, low blood pressure, and shortness of breath. Severe cases may even involve a heart attack. In instances, anaphylaxis, a hypersensitivity reaction, may also take place, which may be life-threatening. The body's exaggerated response to re-exposure to specific allergens is its cause. Being cautious with readymade food products and avoiding peanuts and peanut-based foods is vital.

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Why am I allergic to nuts now despite having them early?

Query: Hello doctor, I am not allergic to anything, but I have developed a phobia and have become allergic to nuts for the past two weeks. I am afraid to eat nuts, especially peanut butter. I have been eating peanut butter my entire life and all the nuts without any problems. However, now I have a fear of ...  Read Full »

Dr. Basuki Nath Bhagat

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Did you have any allergic reaction after eating peanut butter or nuts ever? If the answer is no, this is a completely irrational fear, and I do not know from where you have picked such a thought. So do not worry and continue to eat peanut butter like before. However,...  Read Full »

Can peanut butter intake on an airplane cause an allergy threat?

Query: Hi doctor, Is that fine to bring peanut butter (PB) on an airplane? I would like to know the ways that bringing PB on a plane might or might not pose a threat to others? What should you do if you are bringing PB and if you have an allergy and want to keep safe in case someone else brings some on the...  Read Full »

Dr. Shyam Kalyan. N

Answer: Hi, Welcome to You have asked an interesting question. Peanut allergy is one of the most severe food allergies. It can cause itchiness, urticaria, swelling, eczema, sneezing, asthma, abdominal pain, a drop in blood pressure, and cardiac arrest. It may even result in anaphylactic death...  Read Full »

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