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On one appointment earlier this year we went in for testing but were unable to do so since my child had been given eye-drops earlier in the week which may have contained a small amount of anti-histamine.
The next two times we scheduled to go I cancelled (but did so more than 24 hrs in advance) since she had to have some anti-histamine during the 5-day window and we would have ended up with a wasted appointment.
One the 2nd occasion the Scheduler told me that if I cancelled again they would "no longer be able to schedule" us since I had cancelled a 2nd time.
I totally understand that they may have a hard time with cancelled appts but under the circumstances I'm not sure if being so militant about showing up even if you have taken the Anti-Histamine makes any sense for a patient. There has to be some other solution.
I usually never schedule testing when I know that my child cannot go 5 days without Anti-histamine. But the last 2 times we unexpectedly had to use it during the 5-day window.
Anyway that experience made me feel it was time to move our loyalty elsewhere, so I did and am very happy so far with the new Allergist. They have been very understanding and when I asked what would happen if (hypothetically) we needed to test and my daughter ended up having to take the AH during the 5-day window, they said that was perfectly understandable as long as we let them know right away.
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