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MyEpiPen® is an online resource dedicated to helping you and your family be better prepared to manage anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction). If you're not yet a member of MyEpiPen®, make sure you join today to receive:
An EpiPen® Trainer – a training device to help you practise using EpiPen®
How to use EpiPen® Auto-Injector fridge magnet - to serve as a useful reminder
Expiry reminders - to help ensure you always have an in-date EpiPen® Auto-Injector at hand
EpiPen® Auto- Injector and you - learning to live with the risk of anaphylaxis
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed if you – or your child – are at risk of anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction); there’s so much to consider. However, there are many things you can do to reduce the risk of anaphylaxis, and with the right information and support you can feel more comfortable and confident.
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Do your best to avoid your triggers. This means you need to learn what your triggers are, and where they might be found. Your doctor or specialist may be able to help with education on avoidance as part of your ongoing management
You can find more help and advice on living with anaphylaxis from the following organisations.
ASCIA is the peak professional body for clinical immunology and allergy in Australia and New Zealand. The ASCIA website www.allergy.org.au/anaphylaxis provides accessible, consistent and evidence based resources, education and training about anaphylaxis for health professionals, patients, carers and community.
Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia is the peak not-for-profit organisation for those living with allergy including the risk of anaphylaxis. For trusted information and support, go to www.allergyfacts.org.au