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When to see an allergist/immunologist?

Cluster immunotherapy

Do I have seasonal allergies or hay fever?

Do I have asthma?

Do I have eczema?

Do I have food allergies?

Do I have hives?

What is an allergist immunologist?


When to see an allergist/immunologist?

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Cluster immunotherapy

An accelerated program where multiple allergy injections of a given strength is given over a two hour period. The goal is to quickly build-up a patient to maintenance level safely and is tolerated well by both children and adults.

Do I have seasonal allergies or hay fever?

If you have sneezing, itchy eyes, nose, throat and stuffy nose you could be having seasonal allergies or hay fever.
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Do I have asthma?

If you have a dry cough, wheezing, chest tightness or shortness of breath you may have asthma
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Do I have eczema?

If you have intense itching, dry and scaling skin which relapses and remits you may eczema.
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Do I have food allergies?

If you have swelling of the lips, face, hives or diffculty breathing within a few hours of eating a food you may have a food allergy.
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Do I have hives?

If you have itchy bumps that welt-up and frequently recur you may have chronic hives.
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What is an allergist immunologist?

An allergist/immunologist is a physician specially trained to manage and treat allergies and asthma.
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