Pediatric allergies are the third most common chronic condition among children under the age of 18. With allergy drop immunotherapy following the La Crosse Method™ Protocol, allergy can be treated safely in children beginning in infancy.
Pediatric allergy symptoms:
- Runny nose
- Itchy eyes
- Stomach ache, diarrhea/constipation, nausea, vomiting
Allergic March / Atopic March
Addressing allergy early in life is crucial to halting the “allergic march,” which is the progression of allergies over time. Also known as the atopic march, this often begins as atopic dermatitis or eczema in infants. As the child grows, other allergic conditions tend to surface, including:
A number of studies show that treating the root cause of allergy in infants can halt this progression.
"My son has done wonderful with this medicine. We are very pleased with this treatment plan. He is 8-years-old and able to take it all by himself."
— Allergychoices' Pharmacy Patient's Parent
One Mom's Experience with Allergy Drops
After years of itching and lack of answers, Hank was tested for allergy and treated with allergy drops through Allergychoices. Hear how his symptoms have changed after treating the cause of his underlying allergies with allergy drops.
Can my child benefit from allergy drops?
Tailored allergy drops following the La Crosse Method Protocol can provide a safe option for disease-altering treatment for children of all ages. Because the dose is matched to each patient’s specific allergy test results, exam, and history, it is strong enough to create tolerance over time, but not unnecessarily strong to increase risk of reactions. With this method, treating food allergies, along with environmental allergies, is safe and effective. There has there has never been a reported instance of a life-threatening reaction reported from this treatment protocol.
While safety is the primary advantage in allergy drop treatment for children, convenience of taking the treatment at home is another major benefit for busy families. Compared to other allergy treatment options, allergy drops require minimal office visits — typically two to three visits per year. It’s a pain-free option with fewer risks of reactions.