Swelling of the lips, eyes, face, tongue and/or throat
Mouth tingles or is itchy
Skin rash (note: eczema is a common skin condition often associated with food allergies, see your doctor for proper diagnosis)
Anaphylaxis (can occur in some severe cases) Anaphylaxis is when the throat swells, making breathing difficult because the airways constrict. Other symptoms may include a rapid pulse, dizziness, shock, and lightheadedness. This is life threatening and needs to be treated immediately by a clinician.