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Allergic Reactions

Treatments for Allergic Reactions

24/7 Care When You Need It

At Excel ER, we are proud to offer 24/7 service to residents seeking immediate attention for their allergic reactions and symptoms. There are many causes of an allergy reaction, however, each case can vary from person to person depending on their specific traits. While some can suffer from severe sneezing, others may experience itchy skin, eyes, as well as hives. Regardless of the cause of the reaction, our experts have the resources available to alleviate your symptoms as soon as possible.

If you think you may be having an allergic reaction, reach our staff online or at (903) 500-7321 today.

Types of Allergic Reactions

It is important to be aware of the type of allergy you have, and the range of how severe your symptoms may be. Many substances in the air that are foreign can enter the body and will most likely have a significant effect on a person with allergies.

The most common types of allergic reactions may come from the following, including but not limited to:

  • Food Allergies
  • Pollen Allergies
  • Vaccine Allergies
  • Antibiotic Allergies
  • Seasonal Allergies
  • Animal Allergies
  • Drug Allergies

When Should I Visit an ER?

If your symptoms are mild and you can alleviate your allergic reaction with over-the-counter medication, you may not need to seek immediate medical attention. However, if an antihistamine is not helping, you may want to seek out help from our trusted physicians at Excel ER today.

Our staff can help you with the following symptoms relating to allergic reactions, including:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Throat swelling
  • Trouble breathing from constricted airways
  • Dizziness or lightheaded
  • Significant decrease in blood pressure

Call us at (903) 500-7321 if you are experiencing issues with your allergies, we want to help.


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