Extremely useful information with so many people now having allergies. This is so important for us all to know what to look for and what to do if we come across someone having a reaction. Thank you!
Excellent website. Loads of useful info. Well done Dr Verma.
Definitely needed blog my nephew has a milk n egg allergy, i will signpost him to this blog as its written in a simple easy to understand way...
Thanks Nitin very informative both on a professional level and as the mother of a child with a severe allergy.
Thanks for sharing this very informative blog Dr Nitin 😊
Very nicely written and very informative blog Dr. Nitin I am sharing it with my friend who’s having allergy from green pollen
Salaams. Just wanted to ask a quick question... how common is spontaneous urticaria? And does it mean that the person suffering from it can have an allergic reaction to anything?
Hi Saiqa, nearly 30% of all urticarias are idopathic - it means that you cant find any reason for these urticarial reactions despite multiple investigations.i would recommend you see an allergist soon
Dr Turab Syed
Thanks Nitin, so informative, I’m passing this onto my sister who has a peanut allergy and my daughter who has peanut & multiple allergies so they can both read/share. Good luck with the blog.
Great information, thank you and congratulations on the new blog
Very nice read. Looking forward to more.
Really interesting and informative read. Kunal has allergy to Fish but luckily not the IgE mediated type. Look forward to reading further on your blog.
Thanks for sharing Nitin it is definitely something we are seeing more of at Lincoln and is a service we are developing. I look forward to more blogs from you.
This is a great idea, very interesting read. Good luck and looking forward in reading more
Really interesting thank you for sharing look forward to more discussion on topic this is really hard to manage in the wider community unless they have had hospital visit.