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Is it possible to become immune to antihistimes?

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I’ve been suffering from a rhininitus. I went my doctor and was given some antihistimes and nasal spray. I hadn’t suffered any symptoms for the past 3 week (i.e. excessive mucus), but of late i have been feeling worse and worse. Is it possible to become immune to antihistimes? And if so, is there another procedure that may provide a more permanent solution?

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Hi there,

Thanks for your question. To treat allergies, most people need to reduce exposure to the allergen and take medication, often antihistamines and nasal decongestants. For more severe cases, allergy shots may be needed to build up the body’s immune response to the allergen over time.

You can find more information about this condition on this page.

If you want a more detailed assessment, please book an appointment or call us at today!

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1 Answer

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Hi there,

Thanks for your question. To treat allergies, most people need to reduce exposure to the allergen and take medication, often antihistamines and nasal decongestants. For more severe cases, allergy shots may be needed to build up the body’s immune response to the allergen over time.

You can find more information about this condition on this page.

If you want a more detailed assessment, please book an appointment or call us at today!