RESULTS: Their age was 33 ± 18 years, and male was three cases, female was three cases. We admitted an allergy history in all cases, and its contents were three cases of foods, one case of pharmaceuticals, one case of foods + exercises, and one case of other causes. During the visit, we observed skin symptoms in five cases (83%), mucous membrane symptoms in four cases (67%), gastrointestinal symptoms in one case (17%), respiratory symptoms in four cases (67%), and a temporary drop of blood pressure and loss of consciousness in one case (17%) (There were cases with multiple symptoms). Main cause of anaphylaxis was bee venom in one case (17%), pharmaceuticals in one case (17%), foods in two cases (33%), and unknown in two cases (33%). Three cases showed a natural improvement in the follow-up, and three cases showed improvement of symptoms with steroids intravenous administration. The general condition of all patients got better and they were discharged on the following day after admission to our hospital. We could not allow possession or use cases of the epinephrine self-injection prescription, and we carried out to guide three cases (50%) how to self-infect epinephrine on discharging hospital.