Orem Allergy & Immunology - Departments | Revere Health
(801) 226-3600
Mon: 8:00 am - 12:45 pm & 2:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Tues: 9:00 am - 12:45 pm & 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Wed: 8:00 am - 12:45 pm & 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Thurs: 8:00 am - 12:45 pm & 2:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Fri: closed
159 North 400 West #B-8
Orem, Utah 84057
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Nasal and sinus allergies

Reaction to airborne pollens affecting the nose and sinuses, including hay fever. Symptoms include sneezing, nasal discharge, congestion, etc..

Eye allergies

Itching, tearing, burning or redness of the eye, usually caused by contact with an airborne allergen.

Asthma

Trouble breathing or chest tightness due to constricted airways and excess mucus. Often induced by exercise or allergies.

Eczema

Dry, scaly, cracked, rough, flakey or otherwise irritated skin caused by a variety of allergies or irritants.

Contact skin allergies

Red, bumpy, scaly, itchy or swollen skin after coming in direct contact with an allergen, such as nickel or poison oak.

Food Allergies

Diet and treatment for food allergies; an immune system reaction occurring after eating certain foods.

Eosinophilic esophagitis

Allergic inflammatory condition of the esophagus, characterized by difficulty swallowing difficulty, vomiting or heartburn.

Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndromes

Delayed food allergies characterized by vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration several hours after eating.

Allergies to drugs/vaccines

Hives, itchy skin or eyes, or swelling of lips, tongue or face after taking a medication or receiving a vaccine.

Allergies to bee stings

Reactions including skin reactions, swelling of the throat or tongue, or anaphylactic shock after sustaining a bee sting.

Allergic reactions and anaphylaxis

Potentially life-threatening reaction within seconds or minutes of being exposed to an allergen, like peanuts or bee stings.

Hives and/or swelling

A rash characterized by small, itchy welts after exposure to an ingested, airborne or contact allergen.

Hereditary angioedema

Recurrent, severe swelling in areas such as limbs, face, intestinal tract or airway, often without a known trigger.

Recurrent infections and immunodeficiencies

Frequent or recurrent pneumonia, bronchitis, sinus, ear or other infections, often triggered by an immunodeficiency.

Subcutaneous immunotherapy

Long-term immunotherapy treatment given by injection that often decreases some varieties of allergy symptoms (allergy shots).

Sublingual immunotherapy

Alternative treatment to injections; small doses of an allergen are administered under the tongue to build tolerance.

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