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Common Allergy Medications
Dozens of drugs, both over-the-counter and prescription, are available to treat allergy symptoms.
Surgery, Radiology, Dental Procedures And Allergies
If you need surgery or a dental procedure and are allergic to any medications, latex, sulfites or any foods or to contrast dye used in certain x-rays, be sure to tell all the medical personnel taking care of you about the allergy.
Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy -- better known as allergy shots -- can gradually build tolerance to the substance causing your allergy so that your body no longer reacts against it.
Tests And Treatments To Avoid
A number of controversial food-allergy treatments are advertised and promoted heavily, even though scientific studies have found them ineffective or unsafe.
Antihistamines
Whether by prescription or purchased over-the-counter at any drugstore or supermarket, antihistamine medications are an effective way to keep hay fever and itchy skin reactions at bay and make allergy season a little more tolerable.
Allergy Medications: Questions To Ask Your Pharmacist
Rather than sorting through the multiple allergy remedies available, it might be a good idea to stop by the pharmacist's counter for some help.
A Quick Guide To Treating Allergy Symptoms
If you suffer from allergies, you may often find yourself trekking to the pharmacy. But how do you know which medication will work best for your symptoms?


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