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The following 6 simple questions will give you and your doctor a snapshot of your or your child's risk of experiencing anaphylaxis. This survey is NOT a diagnosis. You should discuss the summary with your doctor as they are the only person who can properly assess your risk of anaphylaxis. Together you can decide if further investigations are needed and what steps you can take to minimise or manage any risk.
Have you or your child ever experienced any symptoms of an allergic reaction?
What symptoms occurred? (Select all that apply)
Shortness of breath
Coughing or wheezing
Nausea or vomiting
What do you think may have triggered the reaction? (Select all that apply)
Tree nuts (e.g. almonds, macadamias)
Latex (e.g. balloons, dummies)
Medication (e.g. antibiotics, aspirin)
How many allergic reactions have you or your child had in the past year?
1 to 5
6 or more
What other medical conditions do you or your child have? (Select all that apply)
Allergic rhinitis (hay fever)
How did you treat the most recent allergic reaction? (Select all that apply)