Wellness - Allergies | 1-18 yrs

What To Do During An Allergic Emergency?

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Is your child sneezing uncontrollably? Does he have a bluish tinge on his lips? He could be suffering from allergy.

Although, common in children, yet, an allergic emergency could prove fatal. Taking measures to prevent your child from meeting her allergen is important, but, it is equally important to know what to do when she is going through an allergic reaction.

Taking steps to prepare yourself and others for an emergency can save your severely allergic child.

Go through this ClipBook to know more on how to do during such a situation.

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