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Are there any vaccinations available for allergies?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree

In brief: No

There are no vaccines for allergies.
One can get allergy shots from an allergist, if the doctor feels that allergy shots would be helpful. Allergy shots are "immunotherapy", and consist of multiple injections of small amounts of allergy-causing material, to make one's immune system get used to the allergy-causing material and not react to it anymore.

In brief: No

There are no vaccines for allergies.
One can get allergy shots from an allergist, if the doctor feels that allergy shots would be helpful. Allergy shots are "immunotherapy", and consist of multiple injections of small amounts of allergy-causing material, to make one's immune system get used to the allergy-causing material and not react to it anymore.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Allergy Shots

Yes.
Allergy shots (not sublingual) have been proven very effective for reducing and even preventing allergic reactions. Simply ask your friendly local allergist for testing and an appropriate allergy shot regimen. Sublingual immunotherapy has never been proven and is not approved due to lack of scientific data to support long term efficacy.

In brief: Allergy Shots

Yes.
Allergy shots (not sublingual) have been proven very effective for reducing and even preventing allergic reactions. Simply ask your friendly local allergist for testing and an appropriate allergy shot regimen. Sublingual immunotherapy has never been proven and is not approved due to lack of scientific data to support long term efficacy.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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