Allergy Prescriptions

patient discussing allergy prescriptions

There are several types of medications available, both over-the-counter and prescription, to help ease and treat allergy symptoms. These allergy drugs include antihistamines, decongestants, combination drugs, corticosteroids, and others.

XOLAIR

XOLAIR® is a popular injectable allergic asthma drug. The antibody helps decrease allergic responses in the body and is used to treat moderate to severe asthma that is caused by allergies in adults and children who are at least 12-year-old. It is not a rescue medicine for treating an asthma attack. Additionally, prescription XOLAIR has been shown to significantly reduce the itch of hives as well as a number of hives for chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU) patients uncontrolled on H1 antihistamine treatment.

Your allergy prescriptions treatment plan may include medications, immunotherapy, changes to your work or home environment, or dietary changes. Ask your allergist to explain anything about your diagnosis or treatment that you don’t understand. With test results that identify your allergens and a treatment plan to help you take control, you’ll be able to reduce or eliminate allergy signs and symptoms.


Request an Appointment

For more information or to schedule an appointment to see if allergy prescriptions are right for you at one of our several dermatology offices in Arizona, please contact us by calling (480) 556-0446 or leaving us a message with the contact form below.

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As a medical and surgical practice, Affiliated Dermatology® is open and committed to providing dermatological services. In order to safely accommodate our patients, we are taking necessary precautions and requiring face coverings well as daily temperature checks for all staff and patients. Our aesthetic department is now open for appointments—except for injectable services. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this time.

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