What is Melon Allergy?
Melon allergy is one of the more common allergies in children than in adults. Mayoclinic specialists have indicated that melanin allergy is related to the digestive system and symptoms such as pruritus, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain occur in the mouth area. Melon is the enzyme in the name of the profile of the cause of allergic causes. It is said that the enzyme in the name chitinase, which is in the bulb, can trigger allergies. The immune system’s perception of these enzymes as enemies causes the body to start chemical secretion in the name of histamine, and consequently melon allergy causes it to become a factor.
The signs of Melon Allergy
- A severe symptom of melon allergy may result in difficulty in swallowing, loss of consciousness and dizziness with sudden drop in blood pressure.
- Diarrhea and vomiting
- Tingling around the mouth and lip
- Flushing on face
- Skin itching, skin inflammation and skin rash
If there is an allergy to squalus, a few slices of melon can be followed by melon allergy. Melatonin allergy can cause a symptom that may be fatal, such as difficulty in breathing, loss of consciousness and acceleration in the pulse, which is called anaphylaxis. When such a situation is encountered, 911 must be sought without losing time.
How is Melon Allergy treated?
- If allergies are observed against kavugan, kavılan and crown beverages, all kinds of kavunlu food should be avoided.
- Antihistaminic drugs can be used if symptoms such as itching, nasal obstruction are followed by melon feeding.
- Antihistamine skin lotions will help relieve skin rashes and itching.
- In the event of severe reactions to rash, emergency medical intervention may be required and epinephrine injection is applied.