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The asthma consists of the usual symptoms such as wheezing, cough and chest tightness.source site
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Facial flushing may also occur. Patients typically develop rhinitis within their early thirties, which may not respond to the usual medications. It is often later on that loss of smell, nasal blockage, sinusitis, and then finally asthma intervene. The aspirin sensitivity may also only become clear with time. AERD can often appear in people who already have true allergic rhinitis or asthma.
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In one study of AERD patients, 64 per cent had positive skin prick tests to environmental allergens and most had clinical allergic respiratory tract disease. This also means that in one thirdof the patients, AERD appeared without any previous associated allergic disease. True allergy is triggered by immunoglobulin E IgE , an antibody which reacts to some foreign substances in sensitive individuals.
Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories NSAIDs block an enzyme called cyclo-oxygenase1 COX1 ; this is thought to lead to an excess of substances called leukotrienes, which produce the severe allergy-like effects. Aspirin sensitivity refers to deterioration in symptoms 30 minutes to three hours after aspirin ingestion. These can also be present in cough or cold preparations, such as lozenges, so patients need to read the labels of these. The reaction seems to be a dose-related effect, with small doses causing mild symptoms and larger doses eliciting more severe reactions.
The reaction is also a class effect so the chance of cross-reaction from one NSAID to another, providing they are given at full therapeutic doses, is close to per cent. In one study of patients, CT or plain radiographs of the sinuses showed them to be completely opaque in 96 per cent of cases, with thickening of the mucoperiosteum mucous membrane and dense covering of bone unite.
The aspirin challenge test should be performed by an allergy or respiratory specialist with necessarymedications, equipment and support staff, because reactions can be significant. If the patient has a history of a very severe reaction, such as anaphylaxis, the test may need to be performed in an ICU.