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Our treatment plans are based upon the latest practice parameters and recommendations in our field as published by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
At Advanced Allergy, Asthma and Sinusitis P.C., we make extraordinary efforts to stay current in our field by attending relevant regional, national and international conferences and reviewing the current literature, textbooks and online databases. Dr. Boyan Hadjiev is fellowship-trained and board-certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Immunology. We firmly believe that having a board certification makes the physician more proficient and knowledgeable in the field of allergy/immunology and sinus disease.
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Allergies are widespread these days as the seasonal change is occurring. Coughing, sneezing, headache, and swollen faces are a common sight in this weather.
These are common symptoms of hay fever, but it is important to know that not everyone experiencing this condition is suffering from allergic rhinitis. Interestingly, one out of three affectees of rhinitis is non- allergic.
You may mistake the common symptoms of non-allergic rhinitis as allergic rhinitis. Proper examination of symptoms helps to clear the confusion. After the diagnosis of allergic disease, see an allergist for further testing.
Allergists are highly qualified trained physicians who not only diagnose immune system disorders but also help in preventing, managing, and treating allergenic reactions.
As the name implies, allergy tests help to diagnose different allergy conditions. Allergy tests give a better picture to Allergists of how the subject’s body reacts to specific allergens –such as pollen, animal dander, certain food, or medication.
The most authentic and practiced method of allergy testing is the Skin Test. Radioallergosorbent testing (RAST) –a blood test –is another way.
Skin tests date back to the last century. These are still the primary source to diagnose an allergic disease –especially those spread by air, including pollen, dust mites, and dander. Food allergies are complexed sometimes, and skin test may prove to be of little help in diagnosing these allergies.
Skin tests are safer for people of all age groups. Though there is not much risk involved, skin testing is prohibited if the patient has sensitive skin, is on antihistamine or specific blood pressure medication, or have a heart or lungs disease.
The most commonly used skin testing technique is the Skin Prick Test, also known as Puncture or Scratch test. Allergistsuse a hypoallergenic pen tomark an area of the forearm then put tiny drops of an allergen on that part.
Within a span of half-a-minute, the allergists observe if the allergen triggers any reaction. Immunologists can check allergic reactions to as many as 40 substances in one test.
In this type of test, allergist injects a small amount of an allergen in the patient’s arm with a needle. He then observes the injected area after 15 minutes for the signs of allergic reactions. Intradermal reactions help diagnose drug and environmental allergies.
Patch testing does not require needles. Instead, the allergist applies as many as 20 to 30 allergens to a patch which he places on the patient’s arm. The patch remains in contact with the skin for 48 hours. During this time, you should avoid bathing or any activity causing heavy sweating. Irritation on the skin after the removal of patches suggests that you are allergic.
These tests help detect delayed allergenic reactions.
People with severe skin conditions can opt for a blood test instead of skin allergy testing. RAST is an expensive and time taking method as compared to skin testing. This method is particularly useful in examining food allergies.
The allergists draw a sample of the patient’s blood to measure specific allergic antibodies. This test does not indicate the severity of the reaction but helps diagnose allergic reactions.
It has become easier than ever before to diagnose, manage, and treat your allergies. For primary allergy testing to treatment, contact us, and schedule an appointment with the best Immunologists at Dr. Sneeze in NYC.
Boyan Hadjiev, MD
30 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
Since the weather is changing, you might have a runny nose or are sneezing all day. Your eyes might be itching, making it difficult to keep them wide open and do your work. If that is the case, you probably contracted hay fever. The last thing you should do is to worry, as hay fever is quite common. You are not the only one sneezing away. This condition affects 30% of adults and up to 40% children. This is just the one type of allergy you may have to deal with in this weather.
However, you are likely to find relief from the allergy by consulting an allergist, rather than your primary physician.
An allergist, also referred as an immunologist, is a physician skilled in diagnosing, managing, preventing and treating allergies. Besides allergies, immunologists have the expertise and training to deal with all types of immunological disorders, including asthma and any immunodeficiency diseases passed down from your ancestors.
It is difficult to pinpoint why allergies affect exactly some of us and some do not. Your body may react to a substance differently than perhaps your loved ones. You might develop an allergy because of one small peanut while your friend could win a peanut eating competition without any adverse effects on at all.
You may be allergic to some particular food or medication or may simply be at risk of a particular allergy due to genetics. In addition, if you suffer from asthma, you are vulnerable to allergies. Allergies are likely to hit you during your childhood or early adulthood. However, you can develop allergies during any phase of life.
Allergies attack people of all ages; they do not discriminate. For instance, if you are constantly wiping your teary eyes due to hay fever at the workplace, you might end up infecting your co-workers. Allergies not only affect your daily routine but also weaken your immunity system.
An invasion of allergies on your immune system may compel you to stay in bed for the whole day, doing nothing. Allergies are common and in rare cases may affect your organs, including sinuses and nasal passages, skin, and digestive system, to the extent that your life might be at risk.
You may counter mild seasonal allergies on your own, but for severe allergies, a visit to a qualified allergist is must.
There are many different types of allergies. Allergists have the experience and expertise to diagnose the root case of your allergy. They find out what triggered your body to behave abnormally or which dangerous invader attacked your immunity. Weather is not the only factor causing an allergy, as you may be allergic to some medication, food or animals.
Allergies are common but consulting an allergist can help you overcome them. Let us help you determine the triggers causing allergies and treat them effectively. Contact us today and schedule an appointment with the best allergist in NYC.
The sniffling season has arrived in the US. Like your fellow Americans, you are probably coughing with tears rolling down your cheeks. In Spring, the higher count of pollen ragweed in the air may have caused blockage in your airways, a sore throat, or a stuffy nose –or all of these.
If you have any of the symptoms mentioned above, then you are among millions of other Americans who have contracted Rhinitis or Hay fever.
When the pollen count is higher, it is natural for your body to react; not to miss pollen is a major irritant substance. Your body may behave abnormally to an innocent foreign body seeing it as a threat. Your body then releases chemical like Histamine causing allergenic symptoms.
Along with medication, you can take help from various natural sources to prevent your allergies, strengthen your immune system, and nipping the triggers.
When your body actively releases Histamines, it exhibits allergic symptoms. AntiHistamine drops are easily available, but they may cause nausea and drowsiness. How about using some naturally occurring anti-histamines to relieve your allergy.
Vitamin C is your natural weapon to fight against hay fever. Not only it serves as an antihistamine, but may also help you with inflammatory reactions. Most citrus fruits like orange, lemons, and grapefruits have Vitamin c.
Another option for treating your hay fever or migraine is butterbur- a plant extracted from a shrub. If you are North American, you may easily find one for your allergies. However, it may cause minor side effects such as fatigue, itchy eyes, or diarrhea.
Probiotics may help your immune system in maintaining a balance of gut bacteria. These micro-organisms may assist your body against the allergens.
Raw honey may prove to be an instant relief for your allergy. You may keep the intake from teaspoon to tablespoon, whatever suits your body.
fluids such as soups and tea may also help.
Airborne allergens – specially pollens, are the major cause of Hay fever, try to avoid them:
The pollen count is at the highest in the morning. Staying indoor surely helps but don’t keep a door open for pollens to come in. The best way is to keep the windows shut at this time.
Do not forget to wear a mask while going out –this will help you to inhale a lesser amount of allergens.
Make sure to take a bath every time you come back home. Your hair may have carried an allergen. Washing your face and hair may also wash the allergen away.
Keep the air you are breathing in clean, and HEPA filters are the best choice for this.
Rinsing your nasal using saline or a neti pot helps you clean mucus from the nose relieving allergy symptoms.
Steaming also clears your nasal passages making it easier to breathe.
Acupuncture –ancient Chinese technique – may also help in getting rid of allergies. To what extent it may relieve your allergies is, however, debatable.
Prevention is better than cure. If you don’t want your allergies to worsen with time, the best way is to avoid the known triggers.
While it is true that natural treatments help to lessen your allergy symptoms, they cannot outweigh your allergy medication. You may take help of nature for your allergies, but you can only treat them if you know the causative allergen.
For diagnosis and treatment of your allergic symptoms, contact us and schedule an appointment with the best allergist in NYC Dr. Sneeze.
It is the time of the year where the New Yorkers, like the rest of the Americans, are under the attack of pollens –a major cause of allergic rhinitis. Being a New Yorker, you must have experienced the discomfort linked with allergic reactions.
According to a survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics, 19.9 million Americans are diagnosed with this seasonal fever. Rhinitis, commonly known as hay fever, is not the only reaction you may be facing in this season.
If you have a hypersensitive immune system, you are at the potential risk of acquiring sinusitis, asthma, and other allergic reactions. Living in a city like New York increases the danger of contracting environmental and dietary reactions too.
Allergies occur when our immune system overreacts to a harmless substance mistaking it as a foreign invasion. It then produces Immunoglobulin E (IgE) bodies against the allergen. These antibodies travel in the cells releasing chemicals like histamine, causing the allergy to happen.
The sensitivity of the reaction varies from person to person. The allergic symptoms may appear within a few minutes or may take time to be visible. The nature of the reaction is dependent upon the type of allergy and a person’s health record.
Seasonal allergies are common to most of Americans. There is NO such allergen which is exclusive to New York, but we are prone to allergies more than any other American. There are several factors which make this city one of the most difficult ones to live during seasonal change –such as the weather, quality of air in the city, and the congested spaces.
Let us breakdown the common allergies and the factors aggravating them for New Yorkers.
It is rare to be safe from hay fever, especially if you live in this part of the world. Rhinitis affects people of all ages. The common symptoms of hay fever are itching on the nose and mouth, swollen red-itchy eyes and runny nose.
Simple plants with no showy flowers produce the types of pollen that trigger allergies. These include trees, weeds, and grasses. One ragweed plant can produce as many as million pollen grains per day.
Male trees produce more pollens than their female counterparts. Ailantus (TK) trees, found in abundance in New York, generate relatively heavy pollens. Pollination usually takes place between 6a.m. and 10 a.m. Avoid unnecessary outings during this time. Also, use air conditioners in rooms to filter pollens.
Our bodies do not always react in conformity to medicines. Instead, the reaction is adverse. It usually happens when our immune system shows an inflammatory reaction to a certain medicine. The most common drug allergens are Pen—lin and sulfur.
Pen—lin comprises of six carbon benzene rings. On the other hand, Sulfur is found in water pills, anti-arthritis drugs & others.
The general symptoms are skin rash, itching, and facial swelling. If exacerbated, drug allergies lead to anaphylaxis – a life-threatening medical condition.
New York is one of the most thickly populated cities of the world and offers a variety of scrumptious dishes to food lovers around the world. Having a food allergy is the last thing you would want to happen. If you are already allergic to a certain food, it is better to avoid it.
There are certain proteins in food that can trigger allergenic reactions. The reaction can be mild, causing a rash on the skin, tingling in the mouth or sore throat. In rare cases, a small bite of food you are allergic to can cause a drop in blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, dizziness, breathing difficulties, loss of consciousness, and life.
If you are a resident of New York City, stick to the basics –keep your house clean, avoid going out during pollination, and skip the food causing allergenic reactions.
If the problem persists, contact us to schedule an appointment with the best allergist in NYC Dr. Sneeze.
Boyan Hadjiev, MD
30 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
When spring arrives in the US, and so have the miseries of people affected by allergies. You probably have smelt the fragrance of flowers along with breathing in some pollen. The changing season and presence of high-level of allergens in the air have made breathing difficult.
If you live in a big city like New York, which has male trees in abundance, your sneezing season is here. After all, male trees produce more pollen as compared to female trees.
Pollens are not the only culprit behind allergenic reactions –there are many. The air you are breathing in carries various allergens, including dust mites, mold, animal dander and of course pollens. Besides airborne allergens, you are likely to develop a dietary allergy, environmental, or a drug allergy.
Most common allergy during season change is allergic rhinitis. Pollens most commonly attack your nasal passage. You probably feel itching on the nose, mouth, and eyes. You may become too tired to do anything except for sneezing as a result of hay fever. Teary-red eyes may compel you to wash them several times during a day with high pollen count.
Asthma patients and children are vulnerable to allergies more than any other group. Having a fever increases your risk of acquiring sinusitis. Sinusitis blocks your nasal passages. It may also cause thick nasal discharge and breathing difficulties. Sinusitis may be acute or chronic, depending on how many days it lasts.
Food allergies are complexed to diagnose. Most food allergies happen during childhood. When your body reacts to the protein in a food item, it may cause inflammation on the skin. Your tongue, face, and throat may sore because of the allergen.
You may suffer an adverse medical reaction as it is common. Sulfur and others are the most common allergen drugs. Certain drugs may cause itching on skin, and rashes may appear. You may wheeze due to chest tightness and experience breathing difficulties.
If your food or drug allergy worsens, it may put your life in danger causing anaphylaxis.
Bigger cities have bigger problems. Several factors contribute to aggravate allergies for the residents of big cities. Besides the weather, the air quality of your city, the occupied environment, and congested spaces may also expose you to a higher amount of allergens than natives of small cities.
Do not panic; there are ways to relieve the symptoms.
Allergies have hit New Yorkers harder than other US citizens. The weather worsens when there is a high pollen count. Be prepared. Contact us and schedule an appointment with the best Allergist NYC.
Do We Inherit Allergies? With the arrival of Spring, many allergies have also made their way to America. Along with fruits and flowers, this season brings miseries for the people suffering from allergies. Runny noses, sore throats, and swollen faces are a common sight.
But, you can’t only blame the season for your blocked airways or nasal congestion. Yes, environmental factors matter but some allergies may be genetic and passed down to generations.
Your body has an inbuilt defense system that keeps you protected from any foreign invaders. It has a force of antibodies which fights with the harmful substances. However, sometime, your body may mistakenly react against a substance causing no harm.
Your immune system then produces Immunoglobin E (Ig E) bodies to battle out the allergen. These bodies travel in the cells, releasing Histamine and other chemicals causing mild to severe allergenic reactions –depending on the type of allergen your body encounters.
If your allergy is mild, it will cause you itching, rash on the skin, or congestion. However, in severe allergenic case, you may experience varying degrees of mouth and throat swelling. You may suffer severe abdominal pain with vomiting and nausea. In rare cases, a patient may lose his life.
Air transports some of the allergens, such as –pollen, dust mite, mold, and animal dander. You may suffer an allergy to a particular food, medication, or pet.
Allergies develop due to several reasons. Why you don’t show an allergenic reaction to a substance your sibling may exhibit is unknown. Allergies can hit people of all age group at any time. You are most likely to become allergic to things, especially food during childhood. However, some allergies sit down with time.
Some allergies tend to travel through genes; you may potentially inherit an allergy from your parents or grandparents –such as allergic asthma. Relax and take a deep breath. If you or your partner has an allergic condition, it does not mean that it will affect all your children. Likewise, your kid may develop an allergy even if none of your family members is affected.
If your airways are inflamed and you are having difficulty with breathing, you are under an asthma attack. This breathing disorder occurs when you inhale an allergen, thereby exhibiting allergenic symptoms –narrowed airways, breathing difficulties, chest tightness with wheezing, and coughing.
Genes, along with other environmental factors, play a major role in administering allergic asthma. Different research suggests that as many as 100 of your genes may have a connection to allergic asthma. While most of the associated genes involve your body’s immune response, some play a part in lungs and airway functions. There is no specific inheritance pattern for allergic asthma.
Interestingly, not everyone with a variation of one of an allergic asthma-associated gene tends to develop the condition. You may develop allergic asthma because of prolonged exposure to allergen irritants present in the environment.
Though most of the food allergies are specific to an individual’s body composition, you may share a certain food or drug allergy with your family. Food allergies affect as many as two million (8%) of the children in the US.
If both of your parents are allergic to a certain food –let’s say peanut –then you are also likely to develop an allergy to it. However, it is not the case always. It is quite possible that you don’t develop an allergy to peanuts at all.
If you suffer from any seasonal allergy or have inherited one because of your genes, do not fear. Your allergies may not be completely wiped out, but you can manage them with your doctor’s help. Contact us and schedule an appointment with the best allergist in NYC Boyan Hadjiev MD.
Do Allergies Intensify With Age? Allergies affect one out of five Americans. In your early childhood, you probably have experienced an allergy to milk, eggs, fish, or some other edible. You may have suffered from other allergies too –such as hay fever, or a drug allergy. As a child, your body tends to develop more allergies than it does in any other age group.
But does that mean once you hit puberty or reach adulthood, you are free from allergies? It’s a YES and a NO.
An allergy occurs with your body’s exposure to an allergen. Your immune system may not have reacted earlier to the substance –either contacted through skin, inhaled or swallowed –it is now considering as an invader. When it does so, your immunity system retaliates producing antibodies against the allergen, thereby causing allergenic symptoms.
Allergies are not age specific –they can hit you at any time in life. You may outgrow an allergy you experienced as a kid, or your allergy may reappear in later life –which doesn’t go easily. Some allergies like hay fever or nasal allergies are seasonal, or you may inherit because of your genes.
How an allergen reacts on your body and how long the symptoms may appear varies from person to person. It usually depends upon your immune system. With a weak immune system, you are likely to adopt allergies more often and for a longer period.
Some factors that can make your allergy worse are
Some of your allergies may chide away for some time, but, they can lighten up again with constant exposure to the irritant substance. Food allergies tend to become worse more than other allergies.
Let’s assume that consuming one or two strawberries don’t cause you much trouble. But if the count exceeds four, your immune system may come into the attack –causing itching on the skin or break out in hives. Once you have discovered the culprit food, it is better to avoid it as a severe food allergy may pose a potential threat to your life.
Similarly, longer exposure to airborne allergens may trigger severe allergic symptoms. It all may start with a swollen nasal passage or a runny nose but may lead you to allergic asthma. Stay indoors during pollination and try to keep the air in room clean. Do not forget to keep antihistamine drops, nasal sprays, and eyedrops with you when you go out.
If an insect sting has triggered an allergy, the symptoms –swelling, itching, hives, or skin rash –may disappear once you are not exposed to the allergen anymore.
Your body may breakdown at any age, causing your immune system to weaken. Your digestive system may deteriorate as early as in your 20s –accounting to junk food consumption. Your digestion problems may cause you to have constipation or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Indigestion leads to allergies and worsening of existing allergies. With aging, your stomach produces less Hydrochloric acid (HCl) than the body’s requirement, increasing the risk of developing allergies.
If you are struggling with an allergy which is worsening with time, you may potentially have contracted another allergy. The situation may deplete letting one allergy produce another. You may be allergic to ragweed, but if the symptoms have become severe, your immune system is possibly reacting to another allergen at the same time.
You may develop an asthmatic allergy because of a variation of an allergic-asthma associated gene. You are more likely to develop an allergy if both of your parents are allergic. Allergens present in the air may trigger your asthma. It attacks your airways, making it difficult to breathe.
Your sinusitis may be acute or chronical. You are more likely to have sinusitis if you are suffering from hay fever.
You can prevent your allergies from worsening by taking immediate steps –one of which is consulting a trained allergist. Contact us and schedule an appointment with the Dr. Sneeze, the best allergist in NYC.
Interested in learning some US allergy stats? Are you suffering from an allergy or have you had one in childhood? You might have one, as it is rare to be completely immune from allergies – especially if you are a US citizen. Of all the leading chronic diseases Americans suffer, allergies rank 6th – affecting 50 million people a year.
Allergies are not age-specific – thirty percent of adults and 40 percent American children fall their prey. Allergies have various forms; you may develop a minor skin allergy, rhinitis, or a severe food allergy. Allergies are so common that almost every household has to deal with them – it is no surprise that the annual cost of allergies has exceeded $18 billion.
It is important for you to know which allergies tend to affect you more than others so you can take some action. Here is a statistical breakdown of the most frequent allergies Americans suffer.
Spring season is here, and you are likely to develop Rhinitis as the pollen count is higher these days. You may be sneezing, or rubbing your eyes while reading this piece, as they are itching. Hold on; you are not the only. Hay fever affects nearly 20 million adults and almost 6.1 million children in the US.
Food is the basic necessity of life. However, this very necessity may endanger your life as a result of a reaction. Some food proteins may come under the attack of your immune system triggering allergenic reactions. From an itchy mouth, swollen face and lips to breathing difficulties, you may experience varying degrees of reaction.
Sometime you may come into contact with an allergy-causing inflammatory skin, rash, and itching. Infants are most likely to develop skin allergies. In 2015 only, nearly 8.8 million children were reported to have skin allergies. If you have a child at home, stop people from kissing him on the cheeks or forehead as he may contract an allergy.
As an adult, your immune system may trigger allergenic symptoms to some plants –such as poison oak or poison ivy – hair products, cosmetics, certain food, or even cockroaches.
A bee or wasp sting also cause allergies. Insects like cockroaches also lighten up allergic symptoms. Nearly 5 percent of the US citizens face allergies due to insect stings. Sadly, 90 to 100 people lose their lives each year in the country because of an insect sting anaphylaxis.
You are at the risk of developing an allergy more than ever before – the number of those developing an allergy is increasing every year. Your allergy may not outgrow, but you can manage it with your allergist’s help.
Contact us and schedule an appointment with the best allergist at Dr. Sneeze in NYC.
Boyan Hadjiev, MD
30 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
If you are a US citizen, it is nothing short of a miracle to be immune to allergies, as it is rare. Allergies rank on number 6 when it comes to causing chronic illness in the country. Every year, allergies affect over 50 million residents in America, and it would be no surprise if you are one of them.
Allergy must be a familiar word to you, but what it is? Have you ever come across this thought that why allergies happen? What causes allergies to spread, and how do they affect us? If these questions pop-up in your mind, then spare a few minutes and find all the answers here.
Our bodies have a strong built-in defense mechanism, i.e., our immune system which protects us from foreign invasions. However, sometimes, your guard may consider a harmless substance as an invader and react abnormally. This invader that triggers allergic symptoms is the allergen.
When your body feels it is under attack, it retaliates by producing Immunoglobin E (Ig E) bodies. These antibodies come in contact with the cell, thereby releasing histamine and other chemicals such as leukotrienes, causing allergic symptoms.
There is no specific answer as to why some of us develop allergies to a particular substance, and others don’t. Some allergies run in the family. It does not matter if you are in your early teens or you are an adult, allergies affect people of all ages. However, Asthma patients and children are more vulnerable to develop allergies than others.
Some common allergens that are responsible for causing allergenic reactions include
Allergies are so common in the US that they have become a part of daily discussion. Different allergies exhibit different symptoms, but some are so common that you might get confused. How a certain allergen reacts on your body depends on the type of allergy you are encountering. The reaction may be mild to severe.
It is the most common type of seasonal fever that hits millions of Americans every year. Hay fever may start with a little itching on the nose or eyes. Sneezing and coughing without rest, shedding tears and running nose are common in Hay Fever. But, do not take this lightly and see the doctor.
You must avoid unnecessary outing when the pollen count is high as it is the main cause of spreading allergies.
If you are a food lover, it must be difficult for you to avoid the edibles causing you allergies. Food allergies are complexed and can occur at any time. Consuming a food item, you are allergic to may cause you a sore throat and tingle in the mouth. The reaction may swell your face, lips, and tongue.
Severe food or drug allergies lead a person to anaphylaxis –a life-threatening condition. You may feel dizziness, headache, and become unconscious. Your blood pressure may drop, and your heart may beat irregularly.
Allergies can be managed and controlled. All you need to do is to take precautionary measures and consult a doctor immediately if any allergenic symptom appears. Contact us and schedule an appointment with the best Immunologist at Dr. Sneeze in NYC.
The allergy season for people with allergies has marked its way in the country. While the flowers are blooming, your nose may probably be running, or your eyes are watering –this is not the only trouble Spring has to offer; there is a lot more in the store.
You may experience allergy of one kind or another during a year. But, have you observed that every year, the count of people affected by seasonal allergies is climbing? According to forecasts, 2019 may prove to be worse than usual for allergies. The ever-increasing numbers suggest that you have to be more careful with your health during this season.
Allergies may surface at any point of the year, but some allergens – pollens to be specific –are seasonal. When the plants reproduce, they generate a fine powder called pollen. Here is a brief on which pollen may block your nasal passage, or cause itching at what time.
Hay fever is a product of pollen allergies. Allergic rhinitis is the most common allergy to hit millions of Americans every year. A small pollen grain may cause you much trouble than you may anticipate –from minor itching to coughing, a sore throat to wheezing, or breathing difficulties.
You are likely to come in contact with pollens in the morning as it is the peak time for pollination. If you have oak, maple, ash, or birch tree in your locality in abundance, your chances of inhaling pollens are higher. It is better to stay indoors and avoid exposure to pollen trees and flowers.
A recent research study suggests that airborne pollen count is on the rise across the globe as a result of global warming, and it will only become worse.
If you are affected by hay fever use antihistamines, over-the-counter products are a good option, but you can always go back to nature. Use vitamin C, honey, or butterbur to counter your allergy. Rinse off your nasal passage to clear the mucus with saline water.
Asthma and allergy triggers have already marked their appearance this season. Pollen is possibly the main culprit offending your springtime asthma. You may be sniffing, and sneezing, with a thought to stay indoors until the season ends. Pollen is not the only offender; the air quality, temperature change, and an already existing allergy may also worsen your allergic asthma. Under an asthma attack, your nose, ears, airways, lungs, throat, or sinuses gets affected.
Certain foods may deplete your seasonal allergies. Your morning coffee cup, a small chocolate bar, or a processed food item, all tend to stimulate your hay fever. If you are allergic to ragweed pollen, minus melons, cucumber, banana, and sunflower seeds from your diet. Consuming these fruits in large quantity may cause an allergic reaction to worsening your seasonal allergy.
Allergies are always in the season – in different forms with different effects. The allergies are more or less the same, but your body may trigger a new allergen. Seeking medical help will allow you to fight all the new and old triggers.
Contact us and schedule an appointment with the best allergist in NYC Dr. Sneeze!
Boyan Hadjiev, MD
30 East 40th Street
New York, NY 10016
You may have heard about the allergy test and wondered if it is right for you or your children. When you ask people about the allergy test, you can hear all kinds of answers, some true and many false. Let’s discard the myths and look at the reality of allergy testing and how it can help you.
Some people think allergies should just be endured or ignored. These people will tell you allergy testing is a waste of time. If you suffer from allergic symptoms, you know how allergies can take over your life. The more you ignore them or try to endure, the more miserable you feel.
Even worse, if left undiagnosed and untreated, allergies can cause severe reactions and put extra stress on your body. Allergies are not something to ignore. On the positive side, if you can pinpoint your specific allergies, you can start a treatment plan that improves your health and your daily life.
So let’s ignore the naysayers. Don’t let them hinder your decisions for a healthy life. Let’s look instead at what the allergy test is and why it’s beneficial.
One way to test for an allergy is through blood tests. When your body targets a certain allergen (for example, pollen, pet dander, or dust mites) as “bad,” you build up antibodies toward that substance. The antibodies are like an alarm system that informs your body when an intruder is present. Antibodies signal your immune system: Pollen is here! Bad! Attack! Then the whole chain reaction begins that causes your allergic symptoms.
By looking at what is in your blood, the allergy test identifies the presence of antibodies. These antibodies show which allergens your body has targeted as “bad.” Blood tests screen for antibodies to the most common allergens that might be causing your symptoms.
Another way of testing for allergies is through the skin test. People often dread the thought of having their skin poked with a needle and exposed to allergens. But skin testing can be a very effective way to determine specific allergies, to help you start getting the right treatments.
When our allergist does a skin test, he injects a trace amount of suspected allergens into the skin and watches how the skin reacts. He uses these reactions to determine which substances are causing the patient’s allergies.
While allergies are very common, allergic reactions and their effects on overall health are specific to each individual. Before any testing is done, our allergist will take a medical history and provide a medical exam. This will help him determine the best method of testing for your particular situation.
When our allergist can pinpoint your specific allergy triggers, he can create the most effective treatment plan for you.
Many allergy sufferers avoid “everything” because they are so worried they will come across a trigger. With allergy testing, you can learn specifically what causes your allergies and focus on the most effective treatments. You can stop avoiding harmless things and spend more time enjoying life. You can also learn what medications you need and which ones you don’t. Our allergist will help you with all of this when he analyzes the results of your allergy test.
The allergy test will also help you discover – under your allergist’s care – any potentially severe allergies. You won’t have to discover these by accident when you are not prepared. You will be aware of your allergies and be prepared with an effective response.
Are you ready to stop suffering the misery of not knowing what you are allergic to? Are you ready to get specific answers and the most effective treatment plan? Dr. Hadjiev, New York City’s own allergist, is here to help you. Call today for an appointment and ask him about the allergy test. It’s time to get some answers.
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If you have ever suffered from sinusitis, you probably dread the feeling. That onset of stuffy head, painful sinus cavities, and achy feeling all over. Then comes the fever. Your teeth and eyes start to hurt. Post-nasal drip sets in, and you’re down for the count. Who could imagine that a few small cavities in your head could cause so much discomfort or congestion?
Sinuses are hollow spaces surrounding your nose. Healthy sinuses perform a much-needed function of lubricating the nose with mucus. The mucus protects you from pollutants and other irritants.
Sinusitis, sometimes referred to as a sinus infection, occurs when the tissue that lines the sinus cavities becomes inflamed. Swelling can be triggered by something as simple as a cold, an allergen, or a pollutant in the air.
Because sinus cavities are located close to the eyes and teeth, you might also feel pain in those areas during sinusitis.
When sinus cavities are swollen, mucus doesn’t flow freely. It backs up. That makes the sinus cavities ripe for bacteria, viruses, or fungi to grow. The sinuses react to those germs by producing even more mucus. Next thing you know, you’re in pain and misery. Sinusitis has set in.
If you have experienced sinusitis, you know it doesn’t go away overnight. Acute sinusitis can linger for two weeks or even longer. Believe it or not, that’s the good news. Chronic sinusitis can last for months.
Once you have recovered from sinusitis, you hope not to have that experience again anytime soon. Unfortunately, it might recur sooner than you’d like. People often suffer from sinusitis throughout the year, regardless of the weather and other health factors.
If you are suffering from sinusitis, or if you are prone to recurring sinus infections, a visit to our allergist, Dr. Hadjiev can help. He can treat your current infection and symptoms, so you can have some reprieve and start getting well.
That’s just the beginning of what Dr. Hadjiev will do to help you. He will also look for underlying causes of your sinusitis. He doesn’t want you to keep having those sinus infections any more than you do. The goal is not just to treat your current sinus infection. It’s also to help you become less susceptible to sinus problems in the future.
If you are not suffering right now, but you are prone to sinus infections, our allergist can help you determine why you regularly have sinusitis. You can get answers and help before the next infection sets in.
When something affects your sinuses, you can’t stop them from reacting, swelling, producing mucus, or becoming infected. But through a medical exam and tests, our allergist will be able to treat the underlying causes and help you minimize the triggers, so your sinuses can work better.
Through a medical exam, our allergist will look for any structural problems that might contribute to frequent sinus inflammation. Nasal polyps, a deviated septum, or other problems that block the sinuses can cause susceptibility to sinus infections.
Allergens and environmental pollutants can also trigger recurring sinusitis. Through allergy testing and looking at your medical history, our allergist can determine what may be causing your sinus inflammation.
When you know what is triggering your sinus reactions, you can begin to modify your environment to eliminate or reduce those triggers. Where needed, immunotherapy may be offered along with other treatments.
If you are suffering from sinusitis right now, or if you have frequent problems with sinus infections, don’t suffer any longer. Call Dr. Hadjiev and make an appointment at our convenient Midtown Manhattan office today.
If you struggle with allergies, chances are you have heard the word “histamine.” You have probably also heard about (and taken) antihistamines. Perhaps you have wondered what histamines are and why they cause so much grief for allergy sufferers.
Histamine is supposed to help your body fight off microbes that cause disease. So histamine should be one of the good guys. Unfortunately, sometimes the process goes wonky, especially when the body targets allergens as “dangerous.” That’s when histamine goes overboard and causes discomfort.
To understand how histamine is related to allergies, let’s look at the role of histamine in the body. Specifically, we will look at how histamine is involved in the body’s defensive immune response.
Your body has an amazing ability to fight off microbes that try to attack it. This is known as an immune response. When harmful bacteria or a virus invades, your body is primed to respond. A chain reaction is set into motion to neutralize and get rid of the invader.
This immune response is natural and is meant to protect your body. Histamine plays a role in this defense process.
Your body has something called mast cells that live in the tissues of the body. When a threat is present, the mast cells release histamines and other substances to help fight off the threat.
You also have a type of white blood cells called basophils. They also release histamine as part of your body’s immune response.
Histamine is a chemical compound that plays an important role in the body’s immune response.
Among its many other functions, histamine helps white blood cells move through the walls of blood vessels to fight off the invader.
When the invader is an allergen (rather than a dangerous microbe), and when that allergen is present all the time – like pollen at certain times of the year – histamine goes overboard in its response. That’s how histamine is related to allergies and to those symptoms that make you so uncomfortable.
Allergies cause an excessive amount of histamine to be released in the body. Remember, histamine is supposed to help the body fight off microscopic invaders. But when histamine is released and no dangerous invaders are present, the results can be frustrating. You sniffle, sneeze, and cough. Your head hurts, and you feel achy. And it just keeps on.
Here is what happens on a microscopic level. With allergies, the body has decided that basic environmental substances are dangerous. The body attacks a dust mite or pollen as if it is bent on total destruction. The body overreacts.
Remember those mast cells? They have proteins (called antibodies) that bind to them. You can think of those antibodies like sentries in a guard tower. They keep a close watch for particular allergens. When they see that allergen, the antibodies jump all over it to get rid of it.
When those antibodies go to work, trying to neutralize the allergen, the mast cells send out histamine to do its part of the job. You can think of histamine as the gatekeeper who makes the blood vessel walls permeable, so all those white blood cell troops can pour out.
Unfortunately, the excessive histamine response also makes you miserable. If you continue to breathe in those allergens, the chain of misery just continues, with no relief.
Let’s look more closely at histamine’s role and how this is related to allergies.
Histamine increases the ability of white blood cells to flow through the walls of blood vessels. This helps get more white blood cells quickly to surround and fight off whatever the body thinks is attacking.
Because the walls of the blood vessels become more permeable during this process, fluid also flows through and into the body. This excess of fluid is what causes the runny nose you might associate with allergies.
The movement of blood cells, proteins, and fluid to the site of attack – whether in the mucus membranes, respiratory system, skin, or gut – also leads to inflammation, congestion, and sometimes constricted airways, as in asthma.
Even though histamine is supposed to help your body, in the case of allergic reactions, it simply makes you feel all those awful symptoms, sometimes to the extreme.
There is no reason to let histamine make you feel helpless. If you suffer from chronic allergic reactions, our allergist can help you. He will conduct an exam and a thorough review of your medical history. He will formulate a testing and treatment plan that is right for you.
Don’t wait until your next allergic reaction. Call Dr. Hadjiev right here in the heart of New York City and make an appointment today.
Allergies can make you feel miserable. Maybe you dread certain times of the year, when you start coughing and sneezing, and it doesn’t seem to end. Perhaps your allergies can strike year round. Maybe you are hesitant to eat certain foods because you’ve experienced an allergic reaction. Or the great outdoors isn’t so great anymore because you have developed an insect allergy. Whatever allergies you have, they can make everyday life difficult.
If you suffer with allergies, you might be relieved to know there is a doctor who specializes in helping you feel better. An allergist, like Dr. Hadjiev here in New York City, is a doctor whose specialty is diagnosing and treating medical conditions and diseases related to allergies. The allergist also helps patients with allergy management and prevention. Your allergist’s goal is to help you breathe easy and enjoy your life.
Allergies can be complex. Allergic reactions can be as unique as you are. You need a specialist who has studied the body’s immune responses in depth. The allergist knows what signs to look for, how to test for and diagnose allergies, and how to create a treatment plan that will quickly get you on the path to recovery.
Allergists work with all kinds of allergies. If you suffer from allergy symptoms when you are around common substances like pollen, dust mites, or air mold, your allergist can help. Allergists also help patients who struggle with food allergies, pet allergies, or any other kind of allergy you can think of. Your allergist knows how to help your body stop overreacting to everything around it.
If your allergies affect your skin – like rashes, hives, and eczema – your allergist is trained to intervene and help you get better. If you are prone to asthma, your allergist’s training will be valuable in improving your breathing and your quality of living. Allergists also diagnose and treat sinusitis, looking for underlying causes to bring relief from year-round sinus infections. They can even help you identify structural causes of frequent sinusitis.
Because allergists focus on immune disorders, they also work with patients who struggle with autoimmune illnesses and immune deficiencies.
When you make an appointment to see our New York City allergist, Dr. Hadjiev, he will take your medical history, including your history of allergies. He will look at your family’s health and allergy history as well. He will also consider factors in your living and working environments that may contribute to your allergies.
As an allergist, Dr. Hadjiev also performs allergy tests. He diagnoses and plans a treatment that is right for your health and well-being. Treatments may include medications for symptoms, as well as immunotherapy, commonly known as allergy shots. Immunotherapy is a preventive measure against future allergic reactions. It helps your body stop overreacting. Your allergist will also help you take preventive measures in your daily environment to minimize your exposure to allergens in your home.
If you are sick and tired of the way allergies treat you, come and let Dr. Hadjiev treat your allergies so you can live a healthier life.
You start sneezing or coughing for no apparent reason. Your skin itches or breaks out in a rash, and you don’t know why. Your eyes water and your throat become irritated, just out of the blue. Sometimes you experience headaches or stomach cramps too. While all of these symptoms may point to any number of diseases, they are also common to allergies.
When you have an allergic reaction, your body responds in a hostile way to something called an “allergen.” An allergen can be any common substance found in nature, such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold, or food. While these natural substances are usually harmless, sometimes your body may get confused and decide this allergen is a threat that must be eliminated quickly. Your immune system starts attacking the pollen you breathed in, or the dust mite residue where it touched your skin, or the food you ate. The result is that you start feeling those allergic symptoms that make you so uncomfortable.
The problem with allergic reactions is that it’s hard to guess what the trigger was. Your body is complex, and so is the environment. Was it the cat, or the peanut butter sandwich, or the pollen coming in through the open window? Was it more than one trigger? If so, which one was the worst? Which one caused your runny nose, and which one made your skin itch? Are your allergies seasonal? And most importantly, what can you do to get rid of your symptoms and minimize the triggers?
It is hard to answer these questions on your own, and you may be feeling overwhelmed. All you know is the symptoms are making you miserable. No matter what you try, it just doesn’t seem to get better.
That’s where allergy tests, diagnosis, and a treatment plan can make a huge difference for you. Our allergist, Dr. Hadjiev, is here to lift the confusion and find accurate answers.
When you come to see Dr. Hadjiev, he will take a medical history and provide a medical exam. This will help him determine how to test for and treat your allergies. With allergy tests, he can pinpoint what you are allergic to and how those allergens affect your body.
With the help of our allergist, you can stop guessing and start discovering exactly what you are allergic to. Instead of feeling miserable all the time and trying to avoid every possible trigger, you will know exactly what is causing your allergic reactions and how to treat it. Imagine the freedom this will give you to start enjoying your life.
Our allergist will be able to treat your current allergic symptoms so you can start to feel better. He will also design a treatment plan to help minimize your allergic reactions in the future.
In the case of severe allergies, he can also help you create a crisis plan. You will know exactly what to do if you have a sudden severe reaction, whether it’s to a certain food or a bee sting. You will have the medicine you need on hand, as well as the know-how to stay calm and get the help you need.
Allergies can seem so complicated and overwhelming when you try to go through it alone. Allergens are everywhere, and it’s exhausting trying to fight them all the time. What a relief to find an allergist who can come alongside you and help you find answers, freedom, and a better life.
You don’t need to guess what is causing your allergic reaction. You don’t need to figure this out alone. Call our office today, and Dr. Hadjiev will start working with you to find what you are allergic to and treat it.
It seems allergies are becoming more commonplace and awareness of allergies is increasing. From food allergies to environmental allergies, many people talk about how much they are suffering. People who have never suffered with allergies find themselves experiencing new allergic reactions. Lifelong sufferers are finding their symptoms more frequent, extreme, and long-lasting. Allergies affect children (even newborns) and adults. In the midst of so much suffering, is there any good news for the future of allergies and treatments?
Allergists like Dr. Hadjiev here in New York City are working every day to bring healing so allergy patients can experience a better future.
Following are just a few of the areas where research is targeting allergies to bring about better future treatments for allergy sufferers:
Immunotherapy is a medical intervention designed to slowly introduce a small and controlled amount of an identified allergen into the body. The purpose is to help the body become less sensitive to the allergen, to help minimize allergic reactions over time.
Historically, immunotherapy for allergies has been given by injection into the skin – commonly known as allergy shots. Tablets have been introduced and approved on a limited basis for hay fever and dust mites. Immunotherapy has been most adaptable and effective for environmental allergies. It has been considered ineffective or risky for food allergies because of the danger of severe and immediate allergic reactions.
Much international research has targeted possible new methods of immunotherapy with hopes for the future. One alternative being examined is the potential use of sublingual drops. This method is still being studied and evaluated by many allergy treatment regulatory bodies worldwide.
Research is targeting more effective and rapid methods for immunotherapy. While allergy patients have achieved significant improvement through immunotherapy, the process takes time because the allergens are introduced slowly and in small amounts. Researchers are hoping to find safe and effective ways to speed up this process.
Research shows the effectiveness of epinephrine for anaphylaxis. Those epinephrine prescriptions save lives. Prescriptions must be accompanied by an emergency treatment and response plan. The patient and family need to be taught ahead of time what steps to take in a severe allergic reaction.
Research also shows how epinephrine is not utilized as much as it should be, especially for children. The future of treatment for allergies will ideally include better utilization of epinephrine to help children recover from severe allergic reactions. Here in New York City, our allergist, Dr. Hadjiev, will be your family’s partner in creating the best treatment and emergency plan for your child’s severe allergies.
The future of treatment for food allergies includes elimination of trigger foods from a person’s diet. Thanks to research and greater public awareness, food companies are becoming more compliant about disclosing potential allergens. Individuals with allergies have also become more aware of how to read food labels and learn what ingredients to avoid.
While allergy education for the public is still a work in progress, people are increasingly aware to be sensitive to those with food allergies. In classrooms, on student field trips, at catered work conferences, and at public events, common allergens like tree nuts and peanuts are often omitted from menus. For other types of food allergies, individuals have the ability to request alternatives, even for catered box lunches at conferences.
Allergists like Dr. Hadjiev here in New York City help to create public awareness and provide ongoing patient education. Through testing and a comprehensive treatment plan, our allergist can help you make the best dietary decisions regarding your food allergies.
While it seems more people are becoming allergic, and you may hear about allergies more often, there is good news after all. Research, awareness, education, testing, and treatment plans are all promising for the future of allergies.
If you suffer from allergies and want to start your better life today, call Dr. Hadjiev today at 212-319-5282, New York City’s allergist who is working for your future.
When the air fills with pollen, people start sneezing and wheezing. Even the most common allergies can cause extreme discomfort and put a damper on your lifestyle. But sometimes allergies are so severe they can threaten your health and even your life. It’s important to learn how to recognize signs and symptoms of a bad allergy, so you can get help.
You may be familiar with common symptoms of allergies: runny nose, watery eyes, itchy skin.
Common allergic reactions can also include coughing or sneezing. You may develop a skin rash. Or possibly nausea.
You may think you have a cold or stomach bug, but it might also be allergies. A trip to see our allergist can help alleviate these symptoms. Our allergist can determine if you have an allergy and can diagnose the triggers of your allergy. He can design a course of treatment to help you feel better.
While a mild allergic reaction is bad enough, sometimes allergies can be severe. A bad allergy can cause severe swelling that can affect breathing. The result may be an attack of asthma or anaphylaxis.
With a bad allergy, swelling can affect the mouth or the extremities. The lungs and airways may also become constricted. Breathing, speech, and swallowing may be limited.
A bad allergy may be caused by a reaction to food, pet dander, an insect bite, or even a medication. Symptoms can come on suddenly.
With asthma, the lungs become inflamed. It becomes difficult to take in air. Someone suffering from asthma may experience sudden shortness of breath or wheezing, or even difficulty breathing. An allergist can give you medication to treat your asthma and minimize the chance of an atta
Anaphylaxis is an even more extreme allergic reaction in which the airways and throat are severely constricted. The lack of oxygen to the lungs and severe drop in blood pressure can cause the person to pass out. Signs can include shortness of breath, dizziness, abnormal pulse, nausea, or possibly a rash.
Anaphylaxis can occur very quickly and requires immediate medical assistance. Both asthma and anaphylaxis can be life threatening.
These conditions are not something to take lightly. If you experience symptoms of a bad allergy, contact emergency medical care immediately. If you have had a severe allergic episode in the past, even if you recovered quickly, it is important to follow up with an allergist to be properly diagnosed and treated.
If you are suffering from a bad allergy, or if you have ever experienced signs and symptoms of a severe allergy, it is important to see an allergist as soon as possible. Don’t wait until the situation becomes dire. And don’t take a chance on a repeat incident.
Our allergist can help alleviate your symptoms and diagnose the nature of your allergies. If you have experienced signs of a bad allergy, our allergist will also help you come up with a strategy that will help you quickly in an emergency. This might include carrying an inhaler for asthma or an epinephrine injector for anaphylaxis, as well as teaching your family, friends, and co-workers what to do in case of an emergency. He will also come up with a plan to manage your treatment so you can minimize your bad allergic reactions.
If you have experienced signs or symptoms of a bad allergy, or if you suffer the daily discomfort of mild allergies, Dr. Hadjiev can help. Don’t let allergies ruin your life. Call today for an appointment and get allergy relief.
Nut allergies are an unpleasant challenge. When you have allergic reactions to nuts, you have to be so careful of what you eat. This can be exhausting.
When you have nut allergies, it may feel like you are always reading food labels. Many prepared food items include nuts, so you have to be careful. Even if nuts are not part of the food item, it might have been prepared on machines that also process nuts.
If your nut allergies are severe, you have probably experienced the stress and inconvenience of having to tell people about your allergies when you attend events where meals or snacks are served. You may need separate condiments that have not been exposed to nut products. You may need to tell the event organizers to ask people not to bring snacks with nuts. It’s a lot of work, and then you have the added worry of whether people have taken the necessary precautions you requested.
Living with nut allergies creates a lot of stress. But being unprepared and unaware of your specific allergies is even more stressful. An allergist can help you diagnose your nut allergies for the best possible allergy management and treatment.
As with other types of allergies, nut allergies occur because your immune system has identified nuts as being “a problem.” When protein particles from nuts enter your system, your body goes into full-scale fight mode, trying to get rid of the “enemy.” It is this complex immune reaction that causes your allergic symptoms.
The protein in nuts is the common trigger. In severe allergies, it doesn’t take much of the protein to set off a chain reaction in the immune system. This is why it is so important to read prepared food labels. If a nut protein is included in a prepared food in even a trace amount, it can still be enough to set off an allergic reaction.
With nut allergies, you may start sneezing and develop the nasal and throat irritation common to other types of allergies. You might also experience skin discomfort like rashes and hives. As with other types of food allergies, nut allergies can also upset your digestive tract. Remember, your body is doing everything it can to get rid of the allergen. So you might feel stomach cramps or nausea.
Each of those symptoms can make you feel distressed. But possibly the scariest symptom of nut allergies is the way they might affect your breathing. Severe nut allergies can cause anaphylaxis, and this can be very dangerous. This is the reason it is so important to be careful of what you eat and what you are exposed to. As exhausting as those precautions are, they can save your life.
Two different kinds of allergies are associated with nuts. One is an allergy to tree nuts, and the other is an allergy to peanuts. While peanuts are not actually nuts (they are legumes that grow underground), the allergic symptoms can be similar to the symptoms of tree nut allergies.
Because peanuts are different than tree nuts, being allergic to one doesn’t necessarily mean being allergic to the other. However, sometimes people who are allergic to tree nuts may also be allergic to peanuts, and vice versa. And people who are allergic to one type of tree nut, like walnuts, often have allergies to other types of tree nuts like almonds or pistachio nuts as well.
Obviously, it is important to know which type of nut(s) you are allergic to. This is not only to help you avoid your trigger foods. This knowledge will also allow you to enjoy eating foods you aren’t allergic to.
When you don’t have the right information, it is tempting to restrict all of your eating because of fear. That’s not a fun way to live. Wouldn’t it be great to know your specific nut allergies, so you can enjoy everything else?
Our allergist, Dr. Hadjiev, located right here in New York City, can diagnose your specific nut allergies through a medical exam and allergy testing. Then he will devise a treatment plan to help you manage your allergies.
While there is currently no cure for nut allergies, our allergist can diagnose your specific triggers, so you know exactly what you are reacting to and which foods to avoid. This way, you aren’t guessing. It’s safer for you, and it allows you to enjoy foods you aren’t allergic to.
Our allergist will help you make an eating plan that is right for you. He will show you how to carry out that plan so you can have less stress.
An important part of your treatment plan is knowing how to handle your allergic reactions quickly and effectively. Our allergist will make sure you know what to do and have the medicines on hand that you will need in case of an allergic reaction. There is no reason to live in constant fear.
Many people are able to effectively manage their nut allergies and enjoy life. If you are tired of letting nut allergies control you, Dr. Hadjiev is ready to help you find answers and benefit from effective treatments. Contact us Today!