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Allergy treatment

Allergy treatment

The best treatment for an allergy depends on which allergen is causing the reaction. In some cases, avoiding the substance is the most effective way of managing an allergy. The treatments prescribed for allergy control sometimes alleviate the symptoms and reactions, but they do not cure the condition. However, using treatments as prescribed can show a huge change in a patient’s health, mood and development once the medication or treatment routine is working to control the symptoms. Medications include antihistamine, decongestant, leukotriene receptor antagonist, steroid sprays, immunotherapy, and treatment of anaphylaxis.

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  • Adam Fox

    Adam Fox

    Consultant Paediatric Allergist

    Experience
    19 years
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    Farooq Rahman

    Consultant Gastroenterologist

    Experience
    18 years
    GP referral
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  • Helen Cox

    Helen Cox

    Consultant in Paediatric Allergy

    Experience
    30 years
    GP referral
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  • Dr Harsha Bilolikar

    Dr Harsha Bilolikar

    Consultant Paediatrician

    Experience
    31 years
    GP referral
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    Deb Ghosh

    Consultant Gastroenterologist

    Experience
    21 years
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