If you take beta blockers or have labile asthma, make sure to ask your doctor if AllergyFree is right for you.
Taking AllergyFree is not recommended for pregnant women However, if you are already taking sublingual immunotherapy drops and become pregnant, you can continue AllergyFree at a stable dose throughout your pregnancy.
Do not use AllergyFree if you have open sores, cuts or ulcers in your mouth, or if you are undergoing dental procedures that cause bleeding (including oral surgery, tooth extraction, etc.), because the the medication could enter your bloodstream too quickly and cause a reaction. You can resume taking the tablets or drops when your mouth has healed.
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