Treatment for Allergies
- Sneezing and irritation of the nose
- Itching and redness of the eyes
- Trouble breathing or shortness of breath
- Abdominal (stomach) pain or bloating
- Skin irritation including rashes or hives
- Swelling or itching skin
Who is at risk?
- Children with known allergies
- Children with asthma
- Children in new environments
- Anyone with a family history of allergies
- People with known allergies are generally allergic to more than one substance
Emergency Warning Signs: When should I see a doctor?
TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE NOW AT WELL-KEY URGENT CARE.
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