Discover Your Allergies and Get the Most Out of Summer

Just about all of us have an allergy of some kind, whether that is to pollen or some kind of food. At Medinet Family Care Clinic in southwest Houston, our highly trained and experienced physicians know how to pinpoint allergies so you can fend them off or avoid them altogether.

Since summer is here, our physicians want patients and potential patients to know that they don’t have to suffer through allergic reactions during their time in the sun. Instead of being uncertain about specific allergies and possibly suffering an allergic reaction, why not come to Medinet and undergo an allergy test?

BENEFITS OF ALLERGY TESTING

At our Houston health clinic, we provide quick allergy tests, which typically includes a blood test, so that patients can find out what ails them. Allergic reactions can vary from rashes, itchiness, bloating, gas, to even being life-threatening.

Through our quick medical tests, the lab results will indicate what you are allergic to. Here is a list of some of the more common allergies people have:

FIGHTING YOUR ALLERGIES THE SMART WAY

If you have allergies to any of the aforementioned, or to anything not mentioned above, our medical physicians can assist. After specifying your specific allergy, we can provide you with a plan of how to avoid encountering such allergens or provide a prescription to ensure you are safe around the allergen or if you accidentally consume it.

Our goal at Medinet Family Care Clinic is to keep you and your family healthy and feeling good, especially for your summer holiday. Fighting allergies is just part of that process.

If you or a family member needs to undergo an allergy test, then contact our health clinic today and schedule your appointment. We look forward to providing you with great medical service.

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