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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the sublingual form of immunotherapy?

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the sublingual form of immunotherapy?

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Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) aims to provide the benefits of immunotherapy, with a lower risk of adverse reactions than injections. The sublingual form of the treatment needs to be taken more often. Because there is no injection, adverse effects are not as common. This could mean that you do not have to go to the doctor as often. On the other hand, less medical supervision and less planning for each treatment could mean that the therapy may not be carried out exactly the way it needs to be carried out. It is also thought that it might not be as effective as the injections. There have recently been many trials on sublingual immunotherapy, including trials in children. As the body of research results on SLIT has grown, it has become clear that adverse effects are less common and that it can have some benefits. Again, when researchers have analysed the combined results of these newer trials so that a better picture is available, we will report on their findings. What else can help with

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