Injections used to help those with allergies
Seasonal allergies affect each person differently, but you don't have to live with the suffering.
Jess brown's allergy misery was year round, and said spring was the worst for her personally.
She took over-the-counter meds which helped for a little while.
However, Jess had enough when it was time to study for her nursing boards.
Allergist doctor summit shah says each person has their peak season and the misery varies depending on where you live.
Dr. Shah said people are turning to allergy immunotherapy to speed up relief.
He said the FDA approved injections build a person's immunity.
Jess said she started the injections about a year ago, and within a few weeks she started to feel significantly better.