- Uniphasic: Single area of symptoms
- Biphasic: The reactions are settled down but reoccur again in eight hours later.
- Protracted: Signs and symptoms persisting up to 48 hours of treatment even though there is treatment.
Anaphylaxis isn't always in anaphylaxis shock. Depending though if in shock (a drop of blood pressure at a dangerous area of the level).
Asthma and Anaphylaxis: Not the greatest combination for it can give out dangerous encounters. Where if you have asthma you can develop anaphylaxis and even have respiratory problems at the time your of anaphylaxis. Especially with peanuts and tree nuts with asthma can lead to a more potentiality area of a dangerous attack.
Anaphylaxis can it be increased over time for future attacks? Yes