Acetaminophen allergies is an allergy to an over the counter pain reliever and fever reducer Acetaminophen. Acetaminophen allergies increase the risk of having asthma and eczema. Symptoms of allergy related to acetaminophen use include rash, red eyes, runny nose, and itchy throat. Asthma symptoms include wheezing, difficulty breathing, and difficulty coughing.
Acetaminophen Allergy Bioinformatics Tool
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