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Get Freedom from Your Allergies with Sublingual Immunotherapy
Used by Doctors and Experts Across the U.S.
Wyndly is proud to make sublingual
immunotherapy available to everyone.
Who is a good candidate for sublingual immunotherapy?
Sublingual immunotherapy is a good solution for a few types of people:
- Someone who is allergic to multiple things
- Someone who can’t control their symptoms with over-the-counter medications
- Anyone who has had a bad reaction to an allergy medication
- Children ages 5 and older whose parents are hoping to try and prevent them from getting asthma later in life
- Anyone who doesn’t want to be stuck on allergy medication forever
- Someone who has both allergies and asthma and wants to treat them
Does it work for pet dander?
Immunotherapy is the only treatment for pet allergies. Research shows that allergy drop immunotherapy improves pet allergy symptoms. In 2007, a double blinded placebo controlled study from the journal Allergy showed that allergy drops can improve cat allergies.
The Cochrane review on sublingual immunotherapy also included studies treating cat allergies and also found that the treatment had good efficacy.
When will I feel better?
Some patients experience relief as early as 6 weeks, and most patients note benefits around 6 months.
How long do I have to be in therapy?
Our goal is to get you feeling better and off therapy as soon as possible so you can live allergy free.
Depending on your symptoms, most patients will be on therapy for 3-5 years (the same amount of time that allergy shots take to create long-term immune changes). Our allergists work with you throughout that time to get you feeling better as fast as possible and keep your symptoms under control.
What is the cost of ongoing therapy?
Immunotherapy costs $99/month with no additional surprise costs or copays. You can use your FSA or HSA card if you have one to cover the cost. The subscription covers your physician care, access to your allergist 24-7, and your medications shipped straight to your door until you have allergy relief. It is priced similar to the cost of allergy shots through insurance, but there are no needles and our treatment saves you lots of time.
Most patients begin to see initial relief within 4 weeks to 4 months, and, to lock-in these benefits most patients are on therapy for 3-5 years depending on their specific symptoms and allergies.
Why haven't I heard about this? Why hasn't my allergist told me about this?
Wyndy's treatment, at-home sublingual allergy immunotherapy is a more recent and modern innovation in allergy care than allergy shots.
Previously, at-home sublingual allergy immunotherapy was often only available at major academic hospitals like Johns Hopkins. Wyndly is changing that by being the first to give everyone access to at-home sublingual allergy immunotherapy therapy through telemedicine.
Why is it safer than allergy shots?
Research suggests that oral home immunotherapy has a better safety profile than allergy shots. Studies suggest this is due to the lower reactivity of the oral cavity immune system to allergens than the skin.
The clinical evidence suggests the risk of a severe reaction is 1 in 100 million doses. Out of 49 clinical trials utilized in the Cochrane review studies, there were no severe allergy reactions or cases of anaphylaxis. We recommend that every patient have a discussion about their specific risk with their physician prior to beginning therapy.
Can I switch from allergy shots to sublingual immunotherapy?
Yes! Many patients switch from allergy shots to sublingual immunotherapy when shots becomes inconvenient or intolerable for them. Sublingual therapy uses the same medications as allergy shots but they are dosed for oral usage at home. If you have an existing allergy test, please share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our physicians will reach out with the next steps to switching you over.
Do you treat food allergies?
Currently, Wyndly only treats environmental allergies like pollen, pet dander, and dust. We do not treat food allergies.
There are a number of promising therapies currently undergoing clinical trials, and we are optimistically awaiting the results.
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Our test detects the 40 most common indoor and outdoor environmental allergies, including pet dander, pollen, and dust.
Pets: cat dander, dog dander, horse dander.
Grass and shrub pollen: Bahia grass, Bermuda grass, birch, common ragweed, Johnson grass, mugwort, mulberry, nettle, perennial ryegrass, rough pigweed, Russian thistle, sheep sorrel, Timothy grass, and more.
Tree pollen: acacia, alder, Australian pine & beefwood, birch, cottonwood & poplar, elm, maple & box elder, maple leaf & sycamore, mountain cedar, oak, olive, pecan & hickory, rough marsh elder, walnut, white ash, and more.
Other: alternaria alt., aspergillus fum., aureobasidium, cladosporium fum., cockroach, dust mite (b. tropicalis, d. far, and d. pter), mouse, penicillium notatum mold, and more.