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All Natural Sublingual Drops for Allergy,Lawrencev

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are Sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Natural Allergy Drops contain naturally occurring airborne substances like pollens, mold, dust mite and pet dander. These substances are in the air we breathe outdoors and in our home. Sublingual drops are not medications. Drops are made from the same FDA approved allergy extracts used in traditional allergy injections to treat people with allergies, sinus symptoms and asthma. 


Allergy shots and allergy drops under the tongue are the most effective way to treat the CAUSE of allergies.


2. What are Sublingual Natural Allergy Drops used for?


Like allergy shots, sublingual Natural Allergy Drops are most effective in treating people with seasonal and chronic year round allergies, allergies to dogs and cats, nasal congestion with snoring, sinus problems and post-nasal drip as well as allergic asthma.

Natural Allergy Drops modify the immune response and treat the cause rather than the symptoms while allergy medicines only treat symptoms.


3. Can Sublingual Natural Allergy Drops treat pet allergies?


Sublingual drops to treat pet allergies has been quite effective. Many of our patients that were previously sensitive to pets can now tolerate their dogs and/or cats with minimal to no symptoms.  


4. Will sublingual Natural Allergy Drops help with my eczema?


In some cases, yes. Very often the culprit that lurks behind the scene in many cases of eczema is allergies. Topical ointments and steroids offer temporary relief and are often only marginally effective. If it is determined you have respiratory allergies, it is very possible Natural Allergy Drops can help.


5. How do sublingual Natural Allergy Drops work?


Like traditional allergy injections, a tolerance or immunity to the substances, like pollens, causing your allergies develops. Your immune system will neutralize these allergens and eventually your immune system will ignore them and allergy symptoms will improve.


6. Who can use sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Anyone with allergies to pollen, mold, dust mite and pet dander can benefit and use sublingual Natural Allergy Drops. They are safe and effective in both children and adults. Allergy injections on the other hand are potentially dangerous and not well tolerated in children. In fact, allergy injections are rarely given to children under the age of 6.


7. Will sublingual Natural Allergy Drops interfere with any of my current medications?


No sublingual drops do not interfere with any medication. They are naturally occurring substance in the air we breathe in our homes and outdoors and can be safely used by almost any age group.


8. Are sublingual Natural Allergy Drops safe?


The safety of allergy drops has been well documented. Allergy drops have been used in Europe for more than 40 years. Because of their safety, people generally treat themselves at home. Allergy shots, on the other hand, are given in a doctor’s office and the patient is monitored for 20 to 30 minutes. Serious and life-threatening reactions have and do occur with allergy injections.  My youngest patient was 2 years old when she started natural allergy drops. Within a few months of starting drops she was completely free of allergy symptoms and rarely has the need to use allergy medication. 


Over the counter allergy medications have problems too, they can raise blood pressure, cause your heart to race, make you drowsy or keep you awake at night.


9. What are the side effects or reactions to sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


It is very rare to have reactions with allergy drops. The most commonly reported reaction to allergy drops has been tingling or itchy mouth, which is generally transient, mild and disappears within minutes. None of our patients have ever complained or had side effects from our sublingual drops. 


10. Can I take sublingual Natural Allergy Drops with other medications?


Yes, you can take Natural Allergy Drops with other medications prescribed for you or for any medical condition. Natural Allergy Drops will not interfere with prescription or over-the-counter medications.


11. Can I take my allergy medication or antihistamines while I am on the sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Yes, but most our patients find they need less allergy medication within a very short time after starting sublingual allergy drops. Some patients have discontinued all allergy medications within a few months. If you are an asthmatic, we recommend you continue your asthma medication and consult with your primary care doctor.


Do not stop asthma medication without the supervision of your doctor no matter how good you feel as a result of using Natural Allergy Drops or in the absence of any asthma symptoms.


12. Can I switch from allergy shots to Sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Yes. It's easy to switch over to sublingual allergy drops. There is no build-up phase like you have with injections. 


13. Are sublingual allergy drops approved by the FDA?


The FDA has approved the allergy serum used in Natural Allergy Drops since it is the same allergy serum used in allergy injections. Administering allergy drops under the tongue, rather than by a shot, is considered an off-label use and it is within the doctor’s rights to do so.


14. I stopped allergy shots a while ago. Can I try sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Should not be a problem providing your testing and clinical history are up to date and have not changed.  I will review your information and decide on the course of action and determine if the Natural Allergy Drops are right for you.


15. Are sublingual allergy drops as effective as allergy shots?


In over 9 years of treating hundreds of patients, the answer is definitely yes! In fact, I believe they are superior to shots. First, patients symptoms improve much faster than with allergy injections. It is not uncommon to see improvement within a few weeks to months with drops. The opposite is true with shots. 

The quick response time with allergy drops leads to higher compliance and patient satisfaction. 


16. How long will I have to be on sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


On average, you will need to be on sublingual Natural Allergy Drops for two to three years, depending on the severity of your allergies. Remember, this is a slow process to build up your immunity. In comparison, the standard course of therapy for allergy shots is five years.


17. How often do I take sublingual Natural Allergy Drops?


Patients take two drops under the tongue once a day every day. It is important you take sublingual Natural Allergy Drops every day since they reduce allergy symptoms and the need for allergy medications. Our sublingual Natural Allergy Drops have a sweet and pleasant taste and do have to be refrigerated.


18. How much do Natural Allergy Drops cost?


Our current charge for drops are between $45 - $50/month. Our fee has remained the same for more than 8 years. 


Not uncommon to spend $35 or more a month for over the counter antihistamines and sinus medications which ONLY treat symptoms!


Chronic allergies are not  going away when you treat symptoms with medication.


9. Will my insurance cover the costs of the allergy drops?


At the present time, health insurance carriers will not cover the cost of allergy or sublingual drops. However, we suspect this may change within the next year.



20. Why have an Allergist treat my allergies?

Because primary doctors are in the habit of treating allergies and asthma with pills or sprays. They're not treating the cause or the underlying problem. So easy to write prescriptions rather than spend the necessary time to uncover the problem. 



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