Allergies treatment

Allergy treatment & prescriptions online

Particularly prevalent during springtime, allergies often disrupt daily life and can lead to frequent sick leave. At Your Doctors Online, we understand the impact allergies can have on your well-being. That’s why we offer convenient access to specialized allergy doctors through our online platform. Say goodbye to long waiting times and cumbersome appointments; with just a few clicks, you can connect with an experienced doctor for personalized treatment.

Don’t let allergies dictate your life. Take control of your health today by seeking relief from allergy symptoms with the help of our dedicated team of professionals at Your Doctors Online.

How to connect with an allergy doctor?

Connect with allergy doctor online in 3 easy steps.


Describe your issue

Download our app, register and tell us about your medical issue to get started.

  • Cold/Flu
  • STD
  • UTI
  • Sexual Health
  • Skin
  • Allergies


Chat with a doctor

Connect with a board-certified doctor. You can chat, send pictures and videos.

Hi I’m dr. Nicole. How may I help you?
Hi Dr Nicole, I have a fever and a terrible sore throat. Can I get antibiotics for that, please?


Get a prescription

Our online doctors can help you with your medical issues and give you prescriptions.


  • Loratadine 10mg one tablet daily
  • Use for 5 days

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Identifying allergy symptoms

Do you find yourself experiencing any of the following seasonal allergy symptoms?

  • Sneezing
  • Watery or red eyes
  • Cough
  • Red rashes
  • Swollen eyes or face
  • Vomiting

If so, you’re not alone. Many individuals struggle with these discomforts, often seeking relief from the burdensome effects of allergies. Recognizing these symptoms is the first step towards finding effective treatment. At Your Doctors Online, we’re here to help you navigate through your allergy symptoms.

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Causes of allergies

Allergies occur in various forms, each with its own set of triggers:

  1. Seasonal allergies (Allergic rhinitis or hay fever): These allergies are often prompted by plant pollen, prevalent during specific seasons.
  2. Allergic asthma: Triggered by allergens such as dust mites, this condition can lead to asthmatic symptoms.
  3. Food allergies: Certain foods, like shellfish, peanuts, soy, milk, and wheat, can prompt allergic reactions upon ingestion.
  4. Drug allergies: Reactions to specific medications, such as certain antibiotics, can manifest as drug allergies.
  5. Latex allergies: Allergic reactions to latex materials, like rubber gloves, fall under this category.

How to treat allergies?

For more severe allergies or symptoms that are not adequately controlled with OTC medications, prescription options may be necessary. These can include nasal steroid sprays and stronger antihistamines, which your doctor can prescribe based on your specific needs. Examples include: 

  • Feofenadine
  • Levocetirizine (Xyzal)
  • Loratadine (Claritin)

Remember, if you suspect you are experiencing anaphylaxis, do not hesitate to use your epinephrine auto-injector and seek immediate medical attention. Allergies can vary in severity, so it’s essential to work closely with your healthcare provider to develop an effective treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

FAQs about allergies treatment

When should I see an allergist or immunologist?

Consider consulting an allergist if you experience symptoms such as chronic sinus infections, nasal congestion, or difficulty breathing due to allergies. Additionally, persistent hay fever or year-round allergy symptoms warrant a visit to an allergist for proper evaluation and management.

What is the most effective allergy treatment?

For preventing symptoms, antihistamines and nasal steroids are often recommended, especially taken daily before allergy season begins. Intranasal steroids are currently regarded as the first-choice treatment for individuals with persistent allergy symptoms.

How can I permanently stop allergies?