8 doctors weighed in:

Please tell me, could bee sting allergies go away?

8 doctors weighed in
Dr. Al Hegab
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
4 doctors agree

In brief: With proper treatmen

Bee sting reactions differ in children from adults, and it depends on the type of the reaction which can be severe enough to be generalized and fatal on repeated exposure (although rare), at any rate it's worth visiting an allergist, and carrying an epipen, (epinephrine) the good news is: this condition is one of the highly treatable and getting rid of through desensitization by an allergist, good luck.

In brief: With proper treatmen

Bee sting reactions differ in children from adults, and it depends on the type of the reaction which can be severe enough to be generalized and fatal on repeated exposure (although rare), at any rate it's worth visiting an allergist, and carrying an epipen, (epinephrine) the good news is: this condition is one of the highly treatable and getting rid of through desensitization by an allergist, good luck.
Thank
Dr. Justin Greiwe
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Venom Immunotherapy

If you have a history of anaphylaxis and confirmed venom allergy by skin testing, venom immunotherapy (VIT) can significantly reduce your risk of having a repeat systemic reaction in the future.
Without VIT chance of a systemic reaction upon re-exposure is ~40-60%. With VIT risk goes down to ~10% (general pop 3%). While not a cure, VIT significantly reduces your risk. Still need to carry EpiPen (epinephrine).

In brief: Venom Immunotherapy

If you have a history of anaphylaxis and confirmed venom allergy by skin testing, venom immunotherapy (VIT) can significantly reduce your risk of having a repeat systemic reaction in the future.
Without VIT chance of a systemic reaction upon re-exposure is ~40-60%. With VIT risk goes down to ~10% (general pop 3%). While not a cure, VIT significantly reduces your risk. Still need to carry EpiPen (epinephrine).
Thank