Can a food allergy also cause a blocked or runny nose in my child?

Can a food allergy also cause a blocked or runny nose in my child?

Dr Sobyasachi Das will talk whether food allergy is related to nasal blockage or runny nose in children. Most commonly, food allergies are related to allergic rhinitis and food sensitization can be an important risk factor for respiratory infections.

Dr. Sabyasachi Das

Dr Sabyasachi Das is working as Head of the Department of Pediatric Medicine and Neonatology Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital, Kolkata. He is managing premature babies from a birth weight of 500gms requiring level 3 NICU care for the last 6 years. He is an expert in providing all neonatal and pediatric services like routine care and neonatal resuscitation during child birth, follow up of high risk as well as healthy neonates in office practice, guidance and monitoring of growth-development-nutrition of babies, vaccination of babies and children, scientific guidance and care for children with special abilities, clinic guidance and if required Hospital admission of babies and children (till age of 18 years) during sickness and in case of emergency.

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