Allergic reaction effect of Aspirin

We have 191 consumer reports for Aspirin. Allergic reaction effect occurred in 9%.

Patients statistics on Allergic reaction side effect for Aspirin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
149.18
174.16

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
6′ 1″

Average age
40
30

Aspirin Circle Diagram 18 consumers of 191 reported about Allergic reaction

  1. Randall C. Tan says:
    2.0 rating

    Aspirin for Flu; Fever

    After about 1 hour after taking strong swelling all over the body, the lens to palm are large. V. A. Face affected, eyes and lips in particular swollen.

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  2. Preston L. Canter says:
    2.0 rating

    Aspirin for Flu; A headache

    Approximately 1/2 hour after taking the aspirin tablet severe upper abdominal pain additionally slight swelling of the extremities (fingers). Severe swelling of the nasal mucosa, no breathing through the nose possible. The entire course after the first sign of pain (abdomen) lasts about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. No further damage

  3. Nikia H. Arnold says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for Pharyngitis

    after I encounter o. g. symptoms could often rely on aspirin, it went wrong once: allergic overreaction – urticaria (nettle fever) with swelling of all mucous membranes! i spent 4 days in the mhh skin clinic in Hanover – linden and were pumped full of cortisone to get my organism back in the lot. Apart from the then scary and unreasonable conditions of the Linden der Hautklinik (which technically has an excellent, medical reputation), I survived only because of the hospital stay. conclusion: never again aspirin o. Ä.

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  4. Paula L. Taylor says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    After taking Aspirin Complex, it began to itch on both backs of the hands about 30 minutes later – and some red areas turned red, itched like devils and swelled slightly. Another 10min. later it began to swell in the eyes. And after a 1h both eyes were swollen shut. (about 8 hours later) Now while I write this report, the puffiness on the eyes are already on the decline and I think tomorrow are the eyes back to normal. I received cortisone tablets and an antihistamine from the doctor – which also helped quickly against the itching of the hands and eyes. The hands were ok again after 3-4 hours. Luckily, it did not hurt – and my wife and I laughed a lot about it today. I hope for others it works out as well as mine. Get well soon

  5. Anastacia J. Nelson says:
    3.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Quincke edema, mainly swelling of the neck but at least without further headache.

    Side effects: Angioedema; Allergic reaction
  6. Kathy D. McGuire says:
    4.0 rating

    Aspirin for Cold

    Have aspirin compiler taken with water. It worked. I felt better. The next day I looked like a crumble cake. Especially my groin area was affected.

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  7. Cynthia W. Davis says:
    5.0 rating

    Had until the beginning of this year only good experience with aspirin (in effervescent powder form, without water requirement -> is intended for areas where you do not necessarily have clean water available) and had it as a antipyretic means taken, the effect was also achieved. However, one day later I got swelling on individual fingers and in the foot area. They left again, but returned to other areas every day. I did not know if it was due to the infection, to the diet (abroad), aspirin, … Back in Germany, the symptoms did not go away, so I’m just 2 weeks to the doctor. The presumption is an allergic reaction and focuses on aspirin. For 3 months now I am taking an antihistamine. If I put it down for 3 days, the urticaria comes back. I have an appointment now with a specialized facility for more rigorous testing. I hope nothing bad comes out. In allergic reactions are unfortunately many allergists uncertain.

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  8. Megan A. Burt says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for Pain (acute)

    about 30 minutes after ingestion swelling of the larynx, difficulty swallowing. After about 1.5 hours, the side effects disappear

    Side effects: Allergic reaction