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If I think I may have seasonal allergies could a doctor determine or test for that?
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Dr. Brian Novick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Absolutely
After taking a history if your symptoms, and examining you, the allergist would probably do a simple scratch test ( no needles or blood).
In about 20 minutes they can usually tell you what substances are causing your symptoms. Then a treatment plan can be made with you. We are usually very successful in helping people with allergies.

In brief: Absolutely
After taking a history if your symptoms, and examining you, the allergist would probably do a simple scratch test ( no needles or blood).
In about 20 minutes they can usually tell you what substances are causing your symptoms. Then a treatment plan can be made with you. We are usually very successful in helping people with allergies.
Dr. Brian Novick
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Dr. Douglas Berson
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Allergy test
Yes, skin tests or blood tests could help determine that.
Consider seeing an allergist certified by the american board of allergy and immunology or abai. You can find one on the website www.Aaaai.Org.

In brief: Allergy test
Yes, skin tests or blood tests could help determine that.
Consider seeing an allergist certified by the american board of allergy and immunology or abai. You can find one on the website www.Aaaai.Org.
Dr. Douglas Berson
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