One treatment that may be recommended for severe allergies is hyposensitisation, also called immunotherapy or allergy injections.
Dogs, cats and other furry pets can trigger allergic reactions in many people. Understanding pet allergies so you can have your pet and live with it too.
We look at summer allergies and provide information on symptoms, treatments and causes such as ragweed, pollen and air pollution.
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Eczema is term for a group of medical conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed or irritated. Learn about the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of eczema here.
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Antihistamine eye drops are used to relieve symptoms like itchy or watery eyes.
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Pets are the second most important cause of home allergies, according to Allergy UK, and the country's 10 million cats play a big role in this.
Skin prick testing, intradermal tests and patch testing are methods which may be recommended to help diagnose allergies.
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