This is a real world study of common symptoms of Milk allergy among women. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 11 reports from FDA and social media.
On Oct, 22, 2014: 11 reports are studied for Milk allergy in women
Common symptoms and complications in women:Girls of age: 0-1Girls of age: 2-9Girls of age: 10-19Women of age: 20-29Women of age: 30-39
Women of age: 40-49Women of age: 50-59Women of age: 60+
- Amphetamines positive (2 reports)
- Opiates positive (1 report)
- Breathing difficulty (1 report)
- Application site dryness (1 report)
- Application site exfoliation (1 report)
- Application site rash (1 report)
Common symptoms and complications by gender:
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