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Indoor Allergy: Questions for Your Doctor

  1. What is causing my indoor allergies?
  2. What changes can I make at home to reduce my symptoms?
  3. If I feel an allergy attack coming on, what should I do?
  4. Do I need an over-the-counter or prescription medicine?
  5. If I need medication, when should I take it?
  6. What are possible side effects?
  7. Are there other treatments that could help?
  8. Should I see an allergist?
  9. Do you recommend allergy shots?
  10. Do I need allergy testing?
  11. Am I likely to develop other allergies?

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Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD on November 12, 2012

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