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With allergies on the rise today, parents are aware of the signs of allergies in children. Unfortunately, allergy symptoms in children aren't easy spot. While a severe case of food allergy can send one to the emergency room, the milder ones are often mistaken as a one-time occurrence or something else altogether – like sneezes, rashes, watery eyes, etc. If you have an inkling that your child may be allergic, it’s a good idea to take him to the doctor. However, it’s even better to have some information to give the doctor so that he can help diagnose your child better. Here are some things to keep in mind.


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children from allergies


Types of symptoms (sneezing, coughing, etc.)

Impact of symptoms on your child daily

Changes in symptoms

Time of appearance

Severity of symptoms

First break out of symptoms

Family history of allergies


Spotting allergies in kids

Impact of allergens

Relapse of allergies in kids

Duration of allergies

Permanence of allergies

Home changes for allergy relief

Non-drowsy medication to manage allergies