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New Treatment Offers One-Day End To Seasonal Allergies | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News

There are 9 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from May 12, 2011, titled New Treatment Offers One-Day End To Seasonal Allergies | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

A Dublin doctor is taking a new approach to the misery of allergy season, providing most of the needed shots at once, instead of weekly doses, 10TV's Andrea Cambern reported on Thursday.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at 10TV WBNS.

JJohnson

United States

#1 May 12, 2011
Just made an appointment with Dr. Shah for next week! Can't wait to be done with allergies...
Shannon

Holmesville, OH

#2 May 12, 2011
This sounds like a good alternative to suffering through allergies! I wish they would have something like this to remove pet allergies. I'd love to have a dog but am allergic.
Kristin

Columbus, OH

#3 May 12, 2011
I am severely allergic to dogs! I went to another allergy office and they said I had to come in twice a week for shots for 5 years!! I had Rush shots done last month and I can already feel a difference around my boyfriend's dogs...
cols_resident

Columbus, OH

#4 May 12, 2011
sign me up!
MedicalAdvances

United States

#5 May 12, 2011
I remember getting allergy shots as a kid.. This sounds so much better.
Jeff Abney

Lucasville, OH

#7 May 13, 2011
I am one of the patients in the news story.

I was premedicated for 2 days with prednisone and zyrtec (to prevent any allergic reactions) but many allergists are offering this procedure nationwide. And rush immunotherapy certainly doesn't need to be done in a hospital from my research.

I know I have to continue shots for a while longer but I already think my asthma and allergies are getting better (especially around my cat)!
Rande Halle

United States

#8 May 13, 2011
Does anyone have Dr. Shah's phone number? I cant find it in the video
Jeff Abney wrote:
I am one of the patients in the news story.
I was premedicated for 2 days with prednisone and zyrtec (to prevent any allergic reactions) but many allergists are offering this procedure nationwide. And rush immunotherapy certainly doesn't need to be done in a hospital from my research.
I know I have to continue shots for a while longer but I already think my asthma and allergies are getting better (especially around my cat)!
Niraj

Englewood, CO

#9 May 17, 2011
This is a great alternative to... suffering with allergies! I didn't see contact information on the article, but found their website to make an appointment -- http://www.premierallergyohio.com/

Since: Sep 11

Houston, TX

#10 Mar 25, 2013
My allergist here in Houston do this treatment all the time.

It's done on Saturdays. I cant do it because I have no health insurance and I think it costs around $5k bucks without it. But believe me...if I could I would!

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