What happens if the skin test shows I have allergies?

Your allergist will make program for dealing with your allergy. This incorporates the anticipation and treatment of side effects and symptoms. The treatment may incorporate these strides:

1. Avoid or limit contact with your allergens. For instance, in the event that you are allergic to bugs, dust mites, lessen and reduce the mess that gathers dust in your home.
2. Take medicine to ease your side effects. Your allergist may prescribe medications, for example, antihistamines, decongestants, nose (nasal) showers or eye drops.
3. The allergist may suggest allergy shots. This is recommended when patients can’t avoid allergen. The regimen of shots contains a small measure of the allergen yet increments with each progressive treatment. After some time, your body gets comfortable with the allergen and didn’t really responds or react to it.