Possible Causes Of Anaphylactic Shock

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Ju Says:

Can putting a bit of sunblock on the back of a person cause that person to start shaking & have anaphylactic shock making them hospitalized in intensive care?

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Verwon Says:

It could, if they are severely allergic to an ingredient in it. The NIH warns that such an allergic reaction can come on suddenly and could include the symptoms you've mentioned, as well as nausea, dizziness, fainting, swelling, hives and trouble breathing.

In some cases, allergies can be so bad that they could result in death.

Do you know someone that experienced this?

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