It’s time to go and see an allergist when you finally want to get to the root cause of the problem. A lot of times we try to put temporary band-aids on the problem and we really don’t find out what is truly causing these problems. An allergist does skin testing, does breathing tests, but more importantly, we try to find out what’s causing your problems and how to prevent your problems. Not only will this help with the problem you’re currently working on, such as allergic rhinitis, asthma, chronic sinus infections, food allergy, but we’re also looking to prevent future problems as there is a continuous allergic march.
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