sublingual immunotherapy

November 15, 2017

Suffering from Chronic Vaginitis: Could it be Allergy?

By Taylor Pasell, Allergychoices

A recurring topic on this blog dives into how allergy doesn’t always look like allergy. It’s one of the marvels in the allergy world and is something that keeps allergists and patients alike on their toes. Dr. George Kroker, partner at Allergy Associates of La Crosse and an […]

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November 1, 2017

Immunotherapy is the Last Resort | Allergy Myth #2

By Taylor Pasell, Allergychoices

With 50-60 million people in the U.S. having allergy, only about five percent of them receive treatment that actually modifies the disease – the other 95% avoid, suffer, or take medication to temporarily relieve symptoms that don’t go away. A quick Google search will often advise that seeking immunotherapy treatment for […]

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July 26, 2017

Ragweed 101: What it is and how to avoid its common (and uncommon) consequences

By Taylor Pasell, Allergychoices

Do you ever notice that the sick days at your workplace seem to increase over late summer and early fall? Whether it feels like a nasty cold, sinus infection, or as some would say, the feeling of “getting hit by a truck,” it seems to always sweep through around that time. […]

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May 17, 2017

Success of Sublingual Immunotherapy Drove One Patient to Advocacy

By Emily Martin, Allergychoices

Alex Schuman grew up allergic to almost everything… including foods. From monthly E.R. visits, to impacts on his social life, allergies were a daily factor of his childhood. Alex’s mom spent endless hours researching solutions for her son’s allergy and no treatment seemed to bring relief. Then, they found More »

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May 3, 2017

Why candida allergy doesn’t always look like allergy

By Emily Martin, Allergychoices

Candida is normally a healthy yeast that grows in most individuals’ intestinal tracts. For some patients, their body creates an overgrowth of candida which can cause health issues such as:

recurrent yeast infections white coated tongue excessive intestinal gas and bloating increased cravings for sugar

But for other patients, symptoms may […]

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April 19, 2017

Allergic asthma: How sublingual immunotherapy treatment can impact asthma

By: Emily Martin, Allergychoices

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma and 56.3% of patients have asthma caused by allergy. How can you tell when asthma may be a problem, and how can treating your allergies with sublingual immunotherapy help?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease, and […]

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February 22, 2017

Beating Seasonal Allergies Before they Start

Which is the right preseasonal allergy treatment choice?

Each spring, pollen allergic people brace for the upcoming blast that will have them sniffling, sneezing, itching and suffering. You can take symptom relievers to take away the bite – but the resulting relief will be temporary. That’s why, for patients who suffer from strong symptoms […]

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November 2, 2016

When allergy doesn’t look like allergy

Author: Anne Hendrickson

Allergychoices recently hosted its annual provider education conference for those interested in adding or expanding their use of sublingual immunotherapy in their practices. The conference’s goal is to arm allergy providers with a sublingual immunotherapy treatment protocol that they can easily and safely put into practice so more patients can […]

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