Do Allergy Drops Work?

Young woman taking her allergy drop prescription

Allergy drops work as a disease-modifying treatment for allergies. With allergy drops following the La Crosse Method™ Protocol, you get a personalized treatment based on the specific substances allergy test show you’re allergic to. Over a typical three to five years of treatment, the body is trained to tolerate problem allergies, so it no longer reacts when exposed to allergy triggers.

When patients are consistent with treatment — taking three doses a day throughout treatment — allergy drops can be very effective. Like with any treatment, staying consistent is key to getting positive results.

The results of allergy drop treatment may vary depending on the type and severity of your allergy. For example:

  • Many with environmental allergies can reduce, or even eliminate, their allergy symptoms.
  • For severe food allergies, the result may be to build enough tolerance to not have a severe reaction if exposed to a problem food. More minor food allergic individuals may be able to reintroduce the food into their diet.

Many people find that by treating the cause of their underlying allergies, their allergy-related conditions improve too. This includes allergic asthma, eczema, headaches, sinusitis, and more.

So, yes! Allergy drops work for many people.

Find a provider near you that offers treatment and start feeling better.