Acute urticaria

Acute urticaria is the most common clinical manifestation of food allergy in children. In fact, it occurs in 50 to 60% of cases where a child consumes foods to which he or she is allergic.


The following foods can trigger food allergies and therefore cause hives:


- mustard;

- cow's milk;

- wheat and sesame;

- exotic fruits;

- meat (beef and pork);

- fish and shellfish;

- fruit (apple, plum, peach, etc.);

- peanuts, hazelnuts and other nuts;

- vegetables and related foods (legumes, celery, etc.)

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