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If having anaphylaxis, you must administer adrenaline auto-injector if have one and/also call 999.
You must seek medical advice always first on your condition.
British Food Allergy Awareness are not medical professionals and the information that is given and used to write these pages has come from own experiences as well as other sources including NHS leaflets and sources where permissions have been given.
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