Does immunotherapy actually work? The most commonly cited number for whether immunotherapy works is a 70% to 80% efficacy rate. And this is consistent with what I've seen in my clinical practice. In general, about eight or nine patients out of ten are going to get really good results from immunotherapy, and maybe one or two patients might not.
And so ultimately, I think the odds are really in your favor to try to fix your allergies. And if you work with a doctor you trust and they're focused on you, I think you have a really good chance of feeling better. Thanks!