Sublingual immunotherapy

What is Sublingual immunotherapy?

Sublingual immunotherapy involves putting drops or tablets of allergen extracts under the tongue of a patient with allergic reactions and then swallowing the extracts. It allows the organism to become tolerant to the allergen by absorbing the allergen through the stomach lining.

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Suffering for last 4 years with acute frequent colds, I have very high IGE levels, taking daily citrizine, what should i do now

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Thanks for the query.

Get Blood serum tested for specific antibodies for certain foods like milk, wheat, rice, egg, channa, etc. You can get...

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Dear Doctor,
My son is 13 year pld & suffering from contineous sneezing. I have got advise to treat him with nasal spray & some alergic medicine....

doctor1 MD

the first and only poosibility is allergy
this can be controlled by anti allergics
if not controlled can use short course of newer streoids that is...

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Want to know a long term solution and whats the best doctor in Mumba to be consulted for this.

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Thanks for posting your query.

Long term solution is to go for allergy tests especially for milk, wheat, potato, go for low dose...

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