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Is under-the-tongue allergy therapy safe and effective?

Ask the doctors Q. I have seasonal allergies and Iím thinking about getting allergy shots to control them. But I hate shots and would prefer the sublingual treatments. Are these treatments considered equally safe and effective? A. The short answer to your question is yes. Sublingual allergy treatments, which are small doses of allergens administered as tablets or liquid drops under the tongue, are considered safe and effective compared…

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