Preseasonal Allergy Treatment

For patients who suffer from strong symptoms of seasonal allergies including trees, grass, ragweed, and dust mites, preseasonal sublingual immunotherapy can provide a preseasonal "boost" For patients who suffer from strong symptoms of seasonal allergies including trees, grass, ragweed, and dust mites, preseasonal sublingual immunotherapy can provide a preseasonal “boost” to help reduce symptoms once the season begins.

For patients who suffer from strong symptoms of seasonal allergies including trees, grass, ragweed, and dust mites, preseasonal sublingual immunotherapy can provide a preseasonal "boost" to help reduce symptoms once the season begins.Patients who test positively to seasonal allergies and fit the safety profile may be recommended for this high dose seasonal allergen therapy eight weeks before the allergy season begins, and continue treatment into the season. This treatment is considered an add-on to year-round inhalant sublingual immunotherapy. Some patients find that adding preseasonal treatment to their year-round therapy can reduce the time it takes to complete their therapy.