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a basic treatment for allergic conditions and not a remedy for acute symptoms. It is therefore recommended for all allergic complaints whatever their symptoms or causes. (a) Respiratory: bronchial asthma, asthmatic bronchitis, chronic bronchitis, spasmodic tracheitis, hay fever, allergic rhinitis. (b) Cutaneous: eczema, urticaria, generalised skin allergies. (c) Nervous: migraine. (d) Gynaecological: premenstrual syndrome when of allergic aetiology. (e) may be used prophylactically with children (where there is a family history of allergy) who are about to undergo an adenoidectomy or tonsillectomy


It is advisable to avoid treatment during pregnancy or during menstruation. Do not administer during an acute allergic attack.

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normally well tolerated even by children and infants, however, in very rare cases an exacerbation of the clinical symptoms is observed after the 1st and 2nd injection. This is only of a transient nature and is usually a sign that the system is responding favourably to the medication. It can be alleviated by the usual symptomatic treatment. Injections must always be given subcutaneously.



Use a cold syringe, Always treat any existing superinfection before beginning treatment. Never start treatment during an acute allergic attack, specially an acute asthmatic attack. In such cases the usual specific remedy must be used first. Should an acute attack occur after an injection of treatment, this should be viewed as a positive sign. Discontinue treatment until symptomatic treatment has alleviated the acute attack, and then continue the regime. In small doses, corticoid therapy is compatible with treatment. In many cases the doses of corticoids can be gradually reduced, or even stopped. not contra-indicated with desensitization treatment. In a good number of cases a combined treatment appears to reinforce the effects. It is important to remember that results may only be evident 3 to 4 weeks after the end of treatment. The duration of protection may vary from patient to patient and may last from several months to several years. The physician should establish the appropriate intervals for the booster injection according to patient results.



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