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As a result of the selection, the patient is prescribed a drug on which there were no negative reactions. It is impossible to choose the right insulin preparation on your own, you must always consult with your doctor.
What are insulin allergies? There can be 2 types of allergy to insulin, depending on the speed of its manifestation. Features of each type are presented in the table: Rash and hives can be an allergic reaction to various drugs and irritants. An allergic reaction at the injection site is accompanied by: extensive rash; severe itching; hives; atopic dermatitis.
In addition to skin manifestations, the following allergy symptoms are possible: increase in body temperature; joint pain; general weakness; fast fatiguability; general swelling of the body. Allergen testing is recommended before starting insulin therapy.
A rare manifestation of a negative reaction to an insulin-containing agent is: fever; pulmonary edema; subcutaneous tissue necrosis.
What to do in case of sugar allergy. With a non-standard reaction to sugar, jam, jam, ice cream, purchased sweets and drinks should be completely abandoned. Tea is sweetened with honey or fructose, fresh berries, raisins, dried apricots, nuts are eaten for dessert.
From allergies with pronounced symptoms, antihistamine tablets Loratadin, activated charcoal are taken. The child is given Diazolin, Smecta. Other drugs for etiological treatment are selected by the doctor.
All types of food that contain an allergen are excluded from consumption. It is necessary to switch to fractional nutrition: the daily dose is eaten in 4-6 doses. To cleanse the body of the irritant, first make a fasting day. Then 1-2 weeks they eat cereals, soups and other boiled foods. Later they switch to the ATS diet (that is, the main diet option).