Posted 12/3/2014 8:46 AM (GMT -6)
Which shot do they give you first? The first shot is less likely to trigger a reaction because your "allergy tolerance bucket" isn't completely full. But once the second shot is given, this may overflow your allergy tolerance bucket and thus trigger symptoms.
Also, it is possible that you are more allergic to the shot that consistently reacts more. Some allergists recommend taking allergy mediation before the shot to reduce reactivity; I'm not sure if this inhibits effectiveness of the allergy shots though...
Might want to discuss this with your Allergist...
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