What are possible symptoms of an egg allergy in children?

Symptoms of an egg allergy in children include:
  • Skin: hives, eczema (looks like a red rash), flushing, or swelling
  • Digestive system: belly pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, or itching around the mouth
  • Respiratory system: runny nose, wheezing, or difficulty breathing
  • Cardiovascular system: rapid heartbeat, low blood pressure, or heart problems

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