Allergy asthma vaccines are also called as allergy shots. These allergy shots are used to reduce the symptoms of allergies and prevent the increasing of asthma. Allergy shots are also helpful to people who are already having asthma, even though there is some dispute about this. In study found that allergy shots which are used for asthma as active as inhaled steroids in decreasing asthma symptoms. Allergy shots are not a cure for asthma like injection of antibiotics may cure the infection. An allergy shot for asthma contains a small amount of an allergen. Sometimes, the dose will be increased. If you’re exposing to greater and greater amounts of the allergen, your body may likely to develop a resistance to it. If the treatment goes well, the allergic reaction becomes less severe. Allergy shots of asthma which includes for:
Mold, Pollen, Dust mites, Dander, Cockroaches. In this the frequency of the injections will changes, but you might be to get them once or twice a week for the first 3months or until you the maximum doses. This process might be continued for 3-5years. The allergy shots not supported for everyone. It may not be safe for people who are having uncontrolled asthma or other health conditions like heart diseases. There is risk of taking allergy shots for asthma. The common symptoms swelling at the site of injection and redness. Rarely Allergy injection can leads to anaphylactic shock, which can be a serious condition. There is a new substitute to shots called as sublingual immunotherapy that is now available. Instead for allergy shots, the medication will be dissolved under your tongue.
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