‘AAI refers to your Adrenaline Auto-Injector, you will have one of these brands prescribed to you EpiPen, Jext or Emerade.
Each has a website which explains how they work and videos of how to administer.

How does adrenaline work?

How does adrenaline work?

How will I know to
use my AAI?

How should I store
my AAI?

How should I store
my AAI?

How and where do I inject?

Should I carry the
instructions for my
AAI?

Should I carry the
instructions for my
AAI?

What should I do
with my AAI after
use?

What happens if I administer my injector and I didn’t need to?

What happens if I administer my injector and I didn’t need to?

Do I need to
do checks
on my AAIs?

Should I take anti-histamines too? If so, when?

Should I take anti-histamines too? If so, when?

Will my reactions get worse?

Will I outgrow my allergy?

Will I outgrow my allergy?

My skin test was positive, but I don’t react when I eat the
food – Why?

Does it make a difference if my asthma is bad?

Does it make a difference if my asthma is bad?

Does alcohol effect
a reaction?

Do I have to be
careful when
kissing?

Do I have to be
careful when
kissing?

Do I have to
take my AAI
everywhere?

I have a latex or a milk allergy, can I use condoms?

I have a latex or a milk allergy, can I use condoms?

If you have any additional questions you can contact our helpline either by phone 01252 542029 or you can drop them an email info@anaphylaxis.org.uk. We also have lots of resources on our website - www.anaphylaxis.org.uk.

www.emerade.com   www.jext.co.uk  www.epipen.co.uk




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‘Your Allergy Questions Answered’
June 2015 Next review date June 2018
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About Dr Doyle.
Dr Doyle currently chairs the BSACI’s Primary Care Group in addition to being a full time GP in Jersey. He joined the BSACI and EAACI in 2010 after studying Allergy at Imperial College and St Mary’s Hospital in London and completing a Certificate of Advanced Study in Allergic Medicine.