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Mucosal symptoms

Main symptoms

In mucosal symptoms, there are mainly the following symptoms.

Stomatitis (red swelling that can occur in the oral mucosa), voice death, swelling in the oral cavity, itching in the oral cavity, intraoral pain,
discomfort, runny nose, sneezing, congestion of eyes, nasal congestion, itching of the eyes, itching of the nose

Also, Oral Allergy Syndrome include these symptoms.

Oral allergy syndrome

Oral allergy syndrome is symptoms that cause itching and swelling on the mouth and lips people with pollen allergy often have it.


It occurs when the allergen directly touches the oral mucosa. Examples of these allergens are fruits, pollen, etc. Allergen substances are infection specific proteins, profilins, etc.


Most symptoms are only in the oral cavity, the possibility of becoming serious is rare.

  • Most people only have the following symptoms
    ⇒ Itching, swelling, swelling, pain, in the throat and lips and tongues contacting the food , sneezing, nasal congestion, itching of the eyes
  • When it becomes severe, these symptoms may also happens
    ⇒Anaphylactic shock, Gastrointestinal symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting


Oral allergy syndrome develops when you eat a specific food. Early detection is possible because it develops before swallowing. When putting food in your mouth, you feel uncomfortable If you feel discomfort, spit as it is, rinse your mouth and drink hot water and get better.

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