How can you know what you're allergic to? | The Ear, Nose and Throat Institute
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How can you know what you’re allergic to?

Is there really a way to know exactly what you’re allergic to? Like really? There’s so many allergens out there like pollen, dust, mold, and even pet dander. Are you allergic to all of them at once? Just one? It can be especially irritating if you’re not around any visible allergens like pet dander. For example, mold and dust can be an unseen enemy waiting in the shadows, ready to strike your vulnerabilities at any given moment. 

Love dogs and cats? What if you’re allergic to them? Doesn’t mean you have to get rid of your fur buddies, but knowing is half the treatment battle.

Hate cleaning the house? What if that dust and mold buildup is causing you to be sick all the time? 

Like going outside? What if pollen is ready to punch you in the sinuses like a trained boxer?

Unfortunately, many out there self-diagnose and buy over-the-counter allergy medications without really knowing what their bodies need. If you’re someone suffering from major allergies, especially around pollen season, then medications might not be the only thing that you need.

What if there was a way to know exactly what you’re allergic to? 

Fortunately there is a way to know what you’re allergic to, with specific and accurate results. All you have to do is see an allergy specialist to receive an allergy test. For us at the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute, an allergy test could have results back as fast as 15 minutes! 

Watch this video to learn more: 

This test would let you know if you’re allergic to dust, pollen, mold, and pet dander. With those results, you could change your life from that moment on. But what does that mean? Just going to get medication like you would have before? Of course not! 

What if there was a way to create an immunity to those allergens? 

There is a way and it’s with allergy immunotherapy. With the results of the allergy test, our allergy specialists will create a mixture of those allergens, making either shots or under-the-tongue drops. 

To learn more about immunotherapy, watch the video below: 

Allergy testing and immunotherapy is the best solution for allergy treatment. It’s proven to work in people’s lives, giving them a new outlook on life. Here are a few testimonies from ENT patients: 

To schedule a same-day or Saturday allergy test call 770-740-1860 or fill out the form at the top of the page.

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