Allergy Immunotherapy Test Online: Are You a Candidate?
Can't figure out if allergy immunotherapy is right for you?
Wyndly’s expert medical team uses this 2-minute questionnaire to help diagnose thousands of patients. Take this short assessment now to find the best treatment plan for you!
What Are Common Allergy Symptoms?
Allergy symptoms can vary slightly depending on the severity of your allergies. While you might not experience every allergy symptom while experiencing an allergy reaction, the most common allergy symptoms include:
- Watery, itchy, or red eyes
- Runny or stuffy nose
- Fatigue or brain fog
- Scratchy throat or post-nasal drip
- Hives or rash
- Aggravated asthma symptoms
Types of Allergy Immunotherapy
Allergy immunotherapy works by exposing your immune system to trace amounts of what you are allergic to. Over time, your body becomes desensitized and stops reacting to allergens with an allergy reaction. There are several types of allergy immunotherapy that can help treat your allergies.
Allergy shots are the more traditional method of allergy immunotherapy that is administered at a doctor’s office using injections. While allergy shots are an effective method of immunotherapy, they can be uncomfortable due to the frequent shots and they can also take a significant amount of time. After getting an allergy shot, you have to wait for 30 minutes at the doctor’s office to make sure you don’t have a severe and life-threatening allergic reaction.
Sublingual immunotherapy, also known as allergy drops and allergy tablets, is a form of allergy immunotherapy that is taken under the tongue. Sublingual immunotherapy is just as effective as allergy shots, but can be safely taken from the comfort of your home and doesn’t require frequent injections or trips to the doctor’s office.
Take Our Allergy Assessment
If you have allergy symptoms and want to find long-term relief, choose Wyndly. Our doctors will create a personalized treatment plan using sublingual immunotherapy to retrain your immune system to stop reacting to your allergies.
Take our short online assessment now to get one step closer to a life without allergies!