All About Oral Allergy Syndrome

in Basics, Food Allergy, Fruit & Vegetable

Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is a form of food allergy that’s tied directly to pollen allergies. Also known as pollen-food allergy syndrome, it triggers raw vegetable and fruit allergies, as well as reactions to related nuts, and even seeds and spices. What’s it like to live with OAS? How can you tell if you’ve got it? Why does raw fruit make the mouth itchy? Look no further than Allergic Living’s OAS Resource Hub for articles that will answer your questions.

A woman looking at fruit - something to consider with oral allergy syndrome (OAS).

Ask the Allergists
Can Fruit & Vegetable Allergies be Related to a Pollen Allergy?
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Why Does Eating Raw Fruit Cause an Allergic Reaction?

OAS Explained
Why Raw Fruit Can Make the Mouth Itchy
Managing Oral Allergy Syndrome
The Science Behind Why Pollens and Foods Cross-React
Plants, Foods That Cross-React

Personal Stories
When Raw Fruit is Forbidden
Believe Me, I Do Have Oral Allergy Syndrome
Oral Allergy Syndrome: The Eating Ain’t Easy