Allergies are a common phenomenon in today’s world. In our everyday life, we either experience ourselves or see others suffering from allergies of different kinds. But are you aware of the process that causes allergies?
Allergies are abrupt, unplanned, and inappropriate responses of our body’s immune system against typically harmless elements. When substances such as dust, foods, animal fur, pollens, etc. come in contact with the human body, the immune system of specific individuals perceives them as a danger. It causes a reaction that is unnecessary and hasty. We call such a reaction “an allergic reaction.” Allergies typically inflame your skin, sinuses, and digestive system.
Our experienced Telehealth Allergists are at your service; book a simple phone call with them and find out about your allergies and their treatment process.
Discuss Allergy Symptoms with our Allergists
Several allergies include food allergies, hay fever, drug allergies, insect stings, etc. Allergy symptoms can vary depending on the allergy you are having. For example, hay fever causes a runny nose and itching, while food or drug allergies can cause hives or significant swelling of body parts. The allergy symptoms are categorized as mild, moderate, and severe. Severe allergy symptoms include Loss of consciousness, drop in blood pressure or severe shortness of breath. Constant contact with the allergens can worsen the symptoms and increase the period of diagnosis. Hence, you must react immediately and follow the necessary precautionary measures.
Our online teledoc are trained professionals and can get you immediate help in case of emergency over just a phone call.
We can guide you about Allergy Testing too
Two main types of allergy tests are:
- Skin tests
- Blood tests
In a skin test, liquefied allergens are placed on inspecting how your skin reacts to the foreign substance. Other skin tests include injecting a tiny amount of allergen into the dermis layer of your skin for deeper examination. Furthermore, adhesive patches loaded with suspected allergens are placed on your skin and reviewed over 48, 72, and 96 hours. In a blood test, the doctor asks for a sample of your blood to locate the antibodies to observe the allergens they are fighting.
If you experience an allergic reaction of any kind, consult Telehealth; we’ll also guide you with the symptoms, the testing, and allergy medical certificates.
Suffering from Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever), Contact Telehealth
Allergic Rhinitis is usually caused by pollen from trees/grass, mold, animals, house dust, etc. After inhaling or coming in contact with the allergens, you can experience cold-like symptoms such as sneezing, itchy nose, cough, and watering red eyes.
A few questions are always asked related to Allergic Rhinitis, such as is Allergic Rhinitis contagious, and how long can hay fever last?
Allergic Rhinitis is not contagious as it is caused only by specific individuals who are allergic to the substances mentioned above. Hay Fever can last 3-14 days depending on the treatment and the preventive measures. It can last more than two weeks if you are constantly in contact with the allergens. Our expert allergists can guide you regarding the necessary preventive actions and the complete treatment process.
The best Allergic Rhinitis Treatment we offer
The allergic Rhinitis diagnosis and treatment process is simple and easy. You can perform a percutaneous skin test to confirm the allergic rhinitis diagnosis. The skin test will go through the necessary procedures and examine whether your body has come in contact with those allergens. Moreover, the allergen-specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibody test can also be conducted to confirm the allergic rhinitis diagnosis.
Once the diagnosis is confirme, your doctor will move toward allergic rhinitis treatment. The most common way to treat Allergic Rhinitis is to reduce exposure to allergens such as dander, dust mite, and pollen.
Consult our online immunologists at Telehealth; they may also recommend you to take the medication listed below:
- fexofenadine (Allegra)
- diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
- desloratadine (Clarinex)
- loratadine (Claritin)
- levocetirizine (Xyzal)
- cetirizine (Zyrtec)
Understand the Novalac Allergy Formula through Telehealth Allergists
Infants rely on milk as their primary source of nutrition, whether breast milk or formula milk. Finding the best formula milk for your child can be a difficult task. Although all types of formula milk are safe and government-approved, infants can face difficulties consuming them and have allergic reactions. A common allergy is the infant’s inability to consume cow-milk protein. Symptoms of this food allergy are hives, shortness of breath, coughing, sneezing, and vomiting. Novalac Allergy Formula is specially produce for infants unable to tolerate cow-milk protein. If your child shows any of the symptoms mentioned above, hop on a call with a telehealth expert and get the help you and your child desperately need.
We can help you use your Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Allergy
Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Allergy is a vacuum that cleans allergic substances inside your house. House dust, animals, chemical, mold, etc. are causes of the allergies without going outside. Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Allergy is a vacuum that cleans the whole house and removes the substances that cause allergic reactions and can put your life in danger. If you visit any allergy website, you will come across a list of allergens inside your house that constantly cause allergies. If you are looking for further information on how to use the vacuum and where those allergens could be found inside the house, give telehealth experts a call and find answers to all your queries.
Allergies are a standard part of our lives. Food allergies, skin allergies, or drug allergies are some of the threats we have to keep in our minds in our everyday lives. So if you have any allergic symptoms, Telehealth is at your service. With a simple phone call, you can consult expert allergists who will guide you towards the best treatment options, preventive measures, medicine prescriptions, and medical certificates for all allergies.