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Mild forms of allergies can be controlled by eye and nose drops, with anti-histamines or cortisone.
If a pollen or house dust mite allergy is behind it, we recommend the allergen immunotherapy as the only treatment with possible healing effects. Whether you opt for injections, or prefer a sublingual immunotherapy, will be coordinated with you personally. Allergen immunotherapy takes 3-5 years to achieve optimal protection. For pollen allergy, I recommend to mark this for autumn after diagnosis to have a good protection in the following pollen season.
Children can be treated with the sublingual therapy from the age of 2 years, with the 5th year of life with injections. In both cases, shortened treatment is now possible for only about 3 months per treatment year.
If you have previously had an allergen immunotherapy, there is the possibility of a refresher.
To facilitate vaccination success, we favor the use of probiotics or synbiotics during allergen immunotherapy. They balance the immune balance in the intestine and counteract hypersensitivity to allergens.