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One of my family reacts to bananas. This caused me to look for associated sensitivities with banana allergy. One common approach to allergies, is to reduce provocations of the allergy thus allowing the body to "forget" the response over time.

"allergy to melon, watermelon, citrus fruits, tomato, and banana can be used as a marker of profilin hypersensitivity"

The following are latex/banana associated. "The most frequent cross-reaction is to banana"

Items associated are:

  • latex

Food items (88% chance of at least one) OR in shampoos or lotions

  • papaya   Most Probable

  • banana     Most probable

  • avocado,, Most probable

  • peach,

  •  mandarin,

  • strawberry,

  • guava,

  • chestnut

  •  

  • fig

  • kiwi   Least Probable

  • peanut

  • pineapple   

  • tomato 

  • hazelnut 

  • melon, watermelon 

  • Fish, Shellfish (low incidence)

Inhalant Allergens (12% chance of at least one)

  • Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus,  
  • birch pollen,  
  • timothy grass pollen,  
  • mugwort pollen,  
  • cat and dog epithelium,  
  • Aspergillus fumigatus   
  • Cladosporium herbarum  

Handling Allergies:

  • "plant foods containing these putative allergens that are consumed after cooking are not usually associated with the latex-fruit syndrome".
     
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