If you want to talk to your doctor about your child’s allergies, here are some questions you might want to ask. Here is a guide to help prepare for your next pediatrician visit.
Talking to your pediatrician about allergies in children shouldn’t be overwhelming. These 3 easy steps can help.
If you can’t get an appointment right away, track your child’s symptoms. This will prepare you if your pediatrician asks about:
Make symptom tracking easier with this printable Smart Allergy Mom® Toolkit Symptom Tracker (PDF)
Be prepared to discuss your child’s allergy symptoms and family allergy history with your pediatrician.
These are the types of questions that often come up when you talk to your child’s doctor about seasonal and indoor allergies .
Prepare for your next pediatrician’s appointment. Download Prep Questions (PDF)
Information provided by Pollen.com