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According to the Cleveland Clinic, anyone can suddenly develop an allergy to shellfish. They report that a shellfish allergy actually is more common in adults and older children. More »

Symptoms of a shellfish allergy can include hives, itching of the skin, abdominal pain, diarrhea and a tingling in the mouth, according to Mayo Clinic. For severely allergic individuals, symptoms can also include swellin... More »

When scheduling a cat scan, or CT, or other test requiring a contrast injection, experts may advise premedicating or using a different type of dye for patients with seafood allergies because those individuals experience ... More »

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The main symptoms of an allergy to shrimp and other shellfish are dizziness, itchy skin, difficulty breathing, tingling in the mouth, abdominal discomfort and swelling around the mouth, throat or hands, notes Healthline.... More »

Symptoms of shellfish or seafood allergies include abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting and nausea, according to Healthline. Other symptoms include a tingling sensation in the mouth, trouble breathing, congestion, hives or... More »

Possible symptoms of an allergic reaction to shrimp or other shellfish include hives, itching and eczema, according to Mayo Clinic. Other possible symptoms include difficulty breathing, nasal congestion and wheezing. An ... More »

Some of the most common foods that can cause allergies are peanuts, cashews, milk, soy, eggs, fish and shellfish. Approximately 90 percent of food allergies are attributed to these different types of foods listed, states... More »