The most common causes of anaphylaxis are food and venom (wasp stings).
Common food triggers:
Fish and shellfish
Dairy products such as milk and eggs.
Anaphylaxis can also be triggered by:
Venom from stinging or biting insects. Wasp and bee venom are the most common insect allergens. On rare occasions stings from hornets and bumble bees can also cause allergic reactions.
Medicine – most commonly antibiotics, aspirin or ibuprofen
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