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Can allergies develop from antibiotics?

Can allergies develop from antibiotics?

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In toddlers, the use of antibiotics can be disadvantageous, since it may be easier to develop food allergies.

According to researchers at the University of South Carolina, it is probably the case that antibiotics can have a very negative effect on the condition. Early treatment with antibiotics has also been we have also shown that the use of antibiotics for small bacteria has an effect that can make them less likely to develop food allergy in the future. baby is the antibiotic.
Researchers found that babies who received antibiotics before 12 months of age were diagnosed with food allergies 1.21 times more likely than those who had had an antibiotic after 12 months. many times, or as many antibiotics are given to the little ones, this ratio will get higher and higher. (via)


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