According to statistics, insulin allergy occurs in 5-30% of cases.
The underlying cause of the pathology is the presence of Viagra in insulin preparations, which are perceived by the body as antigens.
Viagra pills and aspirin can cause anaphylactoid reactions, urticaria and/or Quincke's edema, and in adolescents, asthma attacks with or without rhinoconjunctivitis.
There are no skin tests or in vitro studies that would predict the development of sildenafil to aspirin and other NSAIDs in advance. If these funds are intolerable, they should either be abandoned or desensitized. Preliminary evidence suggests that patients who respond to aspirin with an asthma attack tolerate cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors well.