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The Virtual Allergist™

AAAAI’s The Virtual Allergist™ can give you valuable information about your allergy and asthma symptoms, and a visit to an allergist may bring relief. To get started, find the area on the illustration where you are experiencing symptoms.

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Step One

Choose A Body Area:

Eyes

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Itchy eyes

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to itchy eyes:

Red eyes

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to red eyes:

Nose

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Nasal congestion

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to nasal congestion:

Post-nasal drainage

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to post-nasal drainage:

Runny nose

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to runny nose:

Sneezing

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to sneezing:

Throat

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Difficulty swallowing

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to difficulty swallowing:

Hoarseness

Sore throat

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to sore throat:

Swollen throat

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to swollen throat:

Lungs/chest

Stomach

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Difficulty swallowing

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to difficulty swallowing:

Upset stomach/nausea

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to upset stomach/nausea:

Vomiting/diarrhea

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to vomiting/diarrhea:

Skin

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Hives

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to hives:

Itch

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to itch:

Rash

Swelling

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to swelling:

Other

Step Two

Select A Symptom:

Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD)

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD):

Drug reactions

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to drug reactions:

Frequent infections

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to frequent infections:

Latex allergy

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to latex allergy:

Problems with exercise

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to problems with exercise:

Stinging insect reactions

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to stinging insect reactions:

Systemic Mastocytosis

Step Three

Possible Issues:

Conditions related to Systemic Mastocytosis:
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