A Medical Question
What are the differences between Complication and Allergic reaction?
- GaryLv 710 years agoBest Answer
They are totally different.
In a simple way to explain:
Allergic reaction occurs when your body reacts to something that you have used. For example, if you are allergic to seafood, your body will have rash after you eat seafood. In other word, your body react on what you have done.
However, complication occurs with no explanation. For example, you cut your hand and have some stitches. However, your wound inflames because of an infection, not the stitches. Then it is a complication.