With the proper workup and plan, we can reduce the chances of allergic reactions with foods.
|Testing tools||Skin testing and/or laboratory studies|
There is no approved treatment for food allergies. The recommended management includes identifying the food allergens that are provoking symptoms, confirming the allergy with testing, and implementing dietary changes to avoid the food. Some patients may require carrying an epinephrine auto-injector to treat possible systemic allergic reactions. Identifying and avoiding these food allergies can help in other allergic diseases like eczema and Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE).
There are emerging tools for treating food allergies:
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