Can you outgrow your food allergies? – Medical Minute
10
February

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /


Hi. I’m Dr. Hanson. Parents often wonder if their child will outgrow
their food allergy and we actually know that patients with milk, egg, wheat, and soy allergy are
very likely to outgrow those allergies. On the other hand, patients who have a peanut,
tree nut, fish or shellfish allergy may be a little less likely to outgrow it, but it’s
still possible. So we do recommend having follow-up testing
over time. To find a doctor or to learn more about allergies
and asthma, go to boystownhospital.org


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