If the itchy, watery eyes and sneezing you usually have in the spring are now showing up in other times of the year, you may benefit from medical allergy testing and treatment.
Our providers use comprehensive allergy testing to help you identify allergy triggers and create a custom treatment plan to help you manage your symptoms.
You should seek treatment when these symptoms interfere with your quality of life or limit your ability to go outside or into other environments.
A severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis can be life-threatening. Bee stings and food allergies are common triggers that can make allergy sufferers go into shock. If this happens, call 911 or seek immediate medical treatment.
In addition to watery, itchy eyes, you may also experience allergy symptoms like: