Itchy Skin: Generalized or localized itching, often without a visible rash.
Rash or Hives: Raised, red welts on the skin that can be itchy.
Swelling: Swelling of the face, lips, or other areas, known as angioedema.
Itchy or Watery Eyes: Irritation and discomfort in the eyes, often accompanied by tearing.
Fatigue: Feeling tired or lethargic, especially in response to chronic allergies.
Coughing: Persistent coughing, especially in response to allergens that affect the respiratory system.
Shortness of Breath: Difficulty breathing, which can be serious in some cases.
Anaphylaxis: A severe, potentially life-threatening reaction that can involve multiple symptoms, including difficulty breathing, a drop in blood pressure, and loss of consciousness.
Sneezing: A repetitive, involuntary action often triggered by irritation of the nasal passages
Runny or Stuffy Nose: Excess mucus production or congestion in the nasal passages.
Individuals may experience different combinations of these symptoms depending on the allergen and the severity of the reaction. It’s important to seek medical attention if symptoms are severe or if there is a risk of anaphylaxis.