Carefully review the medication lists at the links below. Follow the instructions on when to stop the medications that interfere with allergy testing. If the medication that needs to be stopped was not prescribed by your Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist doctor, contact the prescribing doctor to confirm that you may safely stop taking the medication for the duration required prior to testing.
If you are taking a medication listed under the Beta Blocker list, it is very important that you discuss with your prescribing physician if you may change that medication for testing and long term, should you need to start allergy injections. Patients taking Beta Blocker medications may not receive allergy injections as these medications interfere with the medications we give for extreme reactions and can result in patient injury or even death. If you are unable to change to another medication your treatment plan may need to be changed to medical management or sublingual therapy
You will be required to provide proof of Covid vaccination or a negative Covid test within 7 days of test in order to proceed with allergy testing.