According to Healthline, the following are some of the signs and symptoms that are commonly found in people with a nut allergy:
Skin Problems: People who are susceptible to nut allergies often show some skin problems including hives, irritation, swelling, inflammation, redness, rashes, tenderness, and breakouts. The symptoms go away once the allergic reaction is over. People also take antihistamines to outgrow the allergic signs and symptoms.
ENT (eye, nose, and throat) Problems: It has been found that the allergic reactions initiated due to nuts often affect the upper respiratory tract leading to many signs and symptoms like sneezing, stuffy nose, watery eyes, running nose, itching, and sore throat.
GIT (Gastrointestinal Tract) Complications: The majority of nut allergies result in stomach issues because the allergens make their way into the intestines via the stomach. Some of the common stomach issues are nausea, stomach cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting.