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Old 03-11-2018, 14:58   #23
Join Date: Apr 2015
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Thank you both for your replies and recommendations. I have been looking into getting immunotherapy. It is a concentration of what you are allergic to (molds in my case) and administered via syringe just under the skin in the elbow or drops under the tongue over the period of a few years. It is supposed to make your body stop looking at the allergen as a foreign invader thus no longer reacting to it. Some people can be allergy free for a decade and for some I hear they are actually cured of their allergies. At the moment I am not taking any medication, but in the past I tried a nasal spray that I think was a glucocorticoid and antihistamine combination that seemed to work very well. I can't remember what it was called and I am not sure if it would have any negative long term effects.
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