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Methods for long-term allergy relief without antihistamines

Manan Shah, MD, ENT

Wyndly co-founder & Chief Medical Officer. Dedicated to personalizing care and making allergies a thing of the past.

Updated on Nov 2, 2021


This article is a transcript.

What's the difference between allergy drops and allergy tablets? I'm Dr. Manan Shah. I'm an ENT with Wyndly Health. Immunotherapy is the only way that you can change your immune system for long-term allergy relief. If you have an allergy to grass, dustmite, or ragweed, we have tablets that you can take at home to do your immunotherapy.

If you have an allergy to trees, animals molds, or if you have multiple allergies, unfortunately we don't have tablet forms. So, what your doctor will do is prescribe you allergy drops. Both methods have 30 years of research showing that they work for your allergy symptoms. It just depends on you and your personalities.

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