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Drug Allergy Complications

Anaphylaxis, the most severe drug allergy reaction, is a medical emergency that requires an immediate visit to the hospital or, if you were previously aware of the danger, a self-injection of epinephrine to help open your airways and increase your blood pressure.


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Written by: the Healthline Editorial Team
Medically reviewed : Stephanie Burkhead, MPH

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