Allergy and Immunology—FAQs for New Patients | Revere Health

Frequently Asked Questions for New and Return Allergy & Immunology Patients:

How can I prepare for my initial visit?

If you wish to save some time at your visit, you can download and fill out the forms Patient Registration Form, New Patient Intake Form, and bring them to your appointment. If you have asthma, you can also fill out the Asthma Control Test (Child 4-11 or Adult 12+). If you wish to fill these out at your appointment, please try to come 10-15 minutes earlier than your scheduled time.

What medications do I need to stop before my appointment for skin testing? 

Most initial visits involve skin testing. Antihistamines and other medications can interfere with the test. Please stop antihistamines for one week prior to your appointment. Details of which medications to stop or continue can be found under Medications that Interfere with Skin Testing.

How can I prepare for return visits?

If your return visit involves skin testing, please stop antihistamines for one week prior to your appointment. Details of which medications to stop or continue can be found under Medications that Interfere with Skin TestingIf you have asthma, you can fill out theAsthma Control Test (Child 4-11 or Adult 12+).

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