Find out if your child’s symptoms could actually be the result of allergies.
From the foods we eat to elements in the air that we breathe in, there are a variety of things in our daily world to which we can become allergic. If you notice that your child is sneezing, coughing a lot, or dealing with stomachaches after eating certain foods, you may be wondering if it’s time to turn to our Bolingbrook, IL, pediatricians to find out if they have allergies.
The symptoms your child experiences will really depend on the specific allergen. Common allergy symptoms include,
While allergy symptoms are often self-limiting, if your child is having difficulty breathing then it’s important to see a doctor right away.
Common Childhood Allergies
Just about anything can become an allergen. Of course, the most common childhood allergy triggers include,
If you find that your child experiences sneezing or coughing fits when they play outside, this could be a warning sign that they have outdoor allergies. If you notice that your child develops stomach pains or other intestinal issues after eating certain foods this could be a sign of a food allergy. Since it isn’t always easy to tell what might be triggering your child’s symptoms, it’s a good idea to visit a pediatrician for a simple allergy test.
When to See a Doctor
The sooner our pediatrician can detect and diagnose your child's allergies, the sooner we can provide them with the relief they need. This equates to an improved quality of life and fewer sick days from school. If your child’s symptoms are happening regularly or are severe, don't hesitate to give us a call.
If you are living in Downers Grove or Bolingbrook, IL, and you believe your child is suffering from allergies then it’s time to get answers right away. Call Downers Grove Pediatrics to schedule a consultation with one of our doctors today. For our Downers Grove Office, call (630) 852-4551, and for our Bolingbrook Office, call (630) 759-9230.
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