Seasonal allergies?
Dust mite allergies?

Test, don't guess. Sign up today for an allergist appointment.

If pollen or dust mite allergy symptoms disrupt your daily life, see a certified allergist for free* at the next pop-up clinic in your local area. They will test you to identify what triggers your symptoms and help you get your allergies under control.

*covered for holders of provincial health insurance Book my allergist consultation

Meet a certified Allergist at the next pop-up clinic

Where:

Multiple locations in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia.

When:

Multiple events every month.

Cost:

FREE - covered by provincial health insurance.

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A certified allergist will test you and
provide a personalized treatment plan.

See an allergist if seasonal allergy symptoms
affect your daily life

Signs you might need an allergist:
Itchy eyes, runny nose and sneezing are common allergy symptoms.

Trouble sleeping and feeling tired

Struggling at school or work

Missing out on hobbies, sports and social life

Find out if your allergies are under control.

6 questions. Instant results.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TEST IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR A MEDICAL CONSULTATION:
Your healthcare provider will be able to advise you on any necessary follow-up action. Do not take any decisions or actions to change your medication or diet based on this test without consulting your healthcare provider first.

3 ways to deal with allergies

Avoidance


You can try avoiding the allergen you are allergic to. That's not always easy, especially if you're unsure what's causing your allergy.

Short-term allergy symptom relief


Medicines such as antihistamines and corticosteroids can help ease allergy symptoms.

Long-term relief, such as allergy immunotherapy

Allergy immunotherapy tackles the root cause of your allergy. Through tiny doses of your trigger, it can make you less sensitive to the allergen.

Is allergy immunotherapy right for me?

Find a Doctor

Get a referral from your GP

If allergy symptom relief medication isn't helping, speak with your family doctor about seeing a certified allergist to discuss other treatment options.

Need help finding a doctor?

Don’t have a family doctor or can’t get an appointment?


Get an allergist referral from Rocket Doctor or other virtual care platforms.

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