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The best way to make your allergy symptoms get better or go away is to see an allergist. This website is maintained by board-certified allergists/immunologists who are affiliated with academic centers. The information here is intended as a general guidance and is not patient-specific: How to use asthma inhalers and nebulizerHow to use a nasal spray / Sinus rinse / How to use EpiPen / Food allergy / Action plans: asthma, food allergy

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What to expect when visiting an allergy clinic?

Current allergy skin tests are virtually painless. This video by Dr. Bassett, a board-certified allergist from New York City, shows what to expect when visiting an allergy clinic for diagnosis and treatment:

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What is the best test for food allergy?

8 foods cause 90% of food allergies (click to enlarge the image). The figure above shows the likelihood of a negative oral food challenge is shown in relation to the respective values of skin prick test (SPT) and serum IgE (sIgE).