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Allergy to shellfish is rare in young children, and is usually not seen until the teenage years or adulthood. This may be a reflection of the fact that shellfish are not normally a part of the diet of young children.
Allergy to fish – white fish and oily fish, whether from the sea or from fresh water lakes or rivers – may begin in childhood and is likely to be lifelong.