Can You Outgrow Severe Allergies?

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Amy Rushlow

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In severe cases, allergies can cause serious reactions, such as seizures, shock and even death. So wouldn't it be great if you or your child could simply outgrow a serious allergy? In some cases, it's possible. Learn which allergies you can outgrow—and how you can tell if you're in the clear.


Most Children's Food Allergies Go Away

An estimated 4 to 6% of American children have food allergies. So it's good news that many children naturally outgrow these conditions.

Anaphylaxis can be frightening, but being prepared will help you feel empowered to prevent a dangerous allergic reaction. Do you know all the facts?

Medical Reviewer: William C. Lloyd III, MD, FACS Last Review Date: Nov 6, 2015

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