Itching, Rash, Welts, Allergic Reaction

Looking for Allergy Relief? You’re Not Alone!

1 in 5 Americans experience allergies every year.

Environmental allergens such as pollen, pet dander, dust and mold are not a problem for most people. Our immune system typically interprets them as being harmless. When our immune systems overreacts, our body produces an allergic reaction, followed by many unpleasant symptoms.

Symptoms of an Allergic Reaction

  • Shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing or chest tightness  
  • Low energy or fatigue
  • Itchy, swollen, red, or tearing eyes
  • Recurrent ear or sinus infections
  • Stuffy, congested nose
  • Postnasal drip
  • Sinus pain, pressure and recurrent infections
  • Itching, welts, hives, rash or skin irritation

Adult and Pediatric Allergy Treatent Plans

Allergy testing at Southern West Virginia ENT can determine the source of your allergic reaction. Once we have identified the allergens affecting you, Dr. Justin Douglas and his skilled allergy care team can develop an individual immunotherapy treatment to meet your health needs and personal lifestyle.

allergy drops

Convenient Immunotherapy Treatment Plans to Fit Your Lifestyle

Allergy shots or sublingual (under the tongue) drops can provide therapy for allergy symptoms caused by environmental allergens like pollens, animal dander, molds and dust mites.

Many of the immunotherapy treatment plans offered at Southern West Virginia ENT involve minimal office visits. Patients will save time and enjoy the convenience of allergy therapy with less time spent away from work, school, family, and other normal activities.

Allergy Drops: Convenient, Pain-Free Relief for Allergy Sufferers

Convenient Allergy Relief Options

Since allergy drops require no injections, patients will experience less pain and discomfort. This makes allergy drops a great option for children and patients seeking to avoid the pain of getting a shot. Allergy drops can be taken at home and are a great option for patients with busy schedules.

Safe, Clinically-Proven Allergy Relief

Side effects related to allergy drop immunotherapy treatment plans are generally mild. Patients may experience itching or tingling inside of the mouth or mild swelling beneath the tongue. Uncommon reactions may include wheezing, stomach irritation, and nausea in asthmatic patients. Instances of severe allergic reaction are exceedingly rare.

Allergy drops are safe for asthmatic patients.

Relieved Allergy Patient

Are You Ready to Start Living Allergy-Free?

Contact Dr. Justin Douglas and the team of Allergy Care Specialists at Southern West Virginia ENT now to discover all of the allergy treatment options available now in Lewisburg and Beckley.

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