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    When the allergic individual eats an offending fruit or vegetable, symptoms such as stinging, itching, burning, tingling and swelling of the lips, mouth, tongue and throat can occur. Fortunately, symptoms usually only last seconds to a few minutes and rarely progress to anything more serious although in isolated cases symptoms can progress to be more severe.
     

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