Allergy Cost Calculator

See the bottom line of what your allergies are really costing you

Medications

What are you spending monthly on nasal sprays, eye drops, inhalers, antihistamines, skin creams, etc.?

Allergy prescriptions
$
Over-the-counter allergy products
$

Missed School or Work

How many hours of work do you miss each month due to your or your child’s allergy illness, appointment, or hospitalization time?

Hours
#
× hourly pay rate
$
Sub-total
$

Medical Visits

How many allergy-related hospital, clinic and/or ER visits do you have each quarter (sinus infection, rashes, eczema/dermatitis, ear infections, asthma issues, allergy shots, etc.)?

Visits
#
× out of pocket co-pay(s)
$
/ 3 months = Monthly Sub-total
$
Estimated total monthly cost
$


Compare that to the average cost for an inhalant allergy drop prescription: About $44*/mo.

Other Costs

Don't forget to think about other allergy-related expenses like travel to allergy appointments (gas, flights, hotel, etc.), air purifiers, bed coverings, pillows, medical co-pay and insurance deductible, etc.

Save time, money & your health!

Most patients find their need for other prescriptions to manage allergy symptoms decrease once they start allergy drops. And there are generally fewer follow up visit costs, and less time lost from work/school.

Allergy drops qualify for Health Savings Account or Flex Spending reimbursement.

So, what are you waiting for?

*Allergy drop prescriptions for the average patient cost about $40/month for inhalants, and about $50/month for foods. Treatment typically lasts 3-5 years.