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Treatments for allergic rhinitis vary depending on your child's age, overall health, medical history, extent of the reaction, and tolerance for specific medications, procedures, or therapies.
Be sure to check with your doctor before administering any treatment to your child.
Standard treatment for allergic rhinitis:
Advanced treatment for allergic rhinitis
If your child doesn't respond to avoidance or to the above medications, a Boston Children's allergist may recommend allergy shots or immunotherapy. Immunotherapy usually involves a three to five year course of repeated injections of specific allergens. This will help decrease your child's reaction to these allergens.
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