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Allergy & Asthma

Allergy & Asthma
OIP (4)


Allergy refers to the immune system’s exaggerated response to substances

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Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis, commonly known as hay fever, presents with 

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Allergic Asthma

A whistling or squeaky sound while breathing, particularly 


Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is a chronic skin condition

OIP (7)

Food Allergy

Food allergy is an adverse immune response to specific proteins

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Insect Sting Allergy

Insect sting allergy is an immune reaction to venom injected by 


Investigation for Allergy

For allergic rhinitis and asthma, several investigations aid 

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Allergy Treatment

Inflammation of the throat often caused by viral or bacterial infections


  • By Birth
  • Excessive noise at work
  • Volume controls on home electronics
  • Loud tools and machinery
  • Sharp foreign bodies into ear


If you have hearing problems, help is available. Treatment depends on the cause and severity of your hearing loss.

Options include:

  • Removing wax blockage: Earwax blockage is a reversible cause of hearing loss. Your doctor may remove earwax using suction or a small tool with a loop on the end.
  • Surgical procedures: Some types of hearing loss can be treated with surgery, including abnormalities of the eardrum or bones of hearing (ossicles). If you’ve had repeated infections with persistent fluid, your doctor may insert small tubes that help your ears drain.
  • Hearing aids: If your hearing loss is due to damage to your inner ear, a hearing aid can be helpful. An audiologist can discuss with you the potential benefits of a hearing aid and fit you with a device. Open fit aids are currently the most popular, due to fit and features offered.
  • Cochlear implants: If you have more severe hearing loss and gain limited benefit from conventional hearing aids, then a cochlear implant may be an option. Unlike a hearing aid that amplifies sound and directs it into your ear canal, a cochlear implant bypasses damaged or nonworking parts of your inner ear and directly stimulates the hearing nerve. An audiologist, along with a medical doctor who specializes in disorders of the ears, nose and throat (ENT), can discuss the risks and benefits.