Seasonal allergies treatment from an online doctor or NP. Request prescription for allergy drugs, antihistamine, montelukast (Singulair), prescription allergy medication. Upfront pricing. No appointment or insurance needed.
Seasonal allergies treatment from an online doctor or NP. Request prescription for allergy drugs, antihistamine, montelukast (Singulair), prescription allergy medication. Upfront pricing. No appointment or insurance needed. 4.7 83
Ages 18-64
This is right for you if
Your eyes, nose, and throat are itchy
You’re sneezing a lot
Your nose is runny
You're not having a severe allergic reaction that includes a rash or swollen lips or tongue
You’re not pregnant

What's included

Personalized seasonal allergy treatment plans may include prescription medications that help control allergy symptoms. Your clinician may also recommend over-the-counter allergy treatments and self-care strategies. They won’t prescribe oral steroids, immunotherapy, or oral vasoconstrictors like pseudoephedrine. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
Concerned about more than your allergies?
Commonly prescribed allergy medications
  • Fluticasone propionate (Flonase) nasal spray
  • Montelukast (Singulair)
  • Azelastine (Optivar) eye drops
Compare clinics
This chart is for informational purposes only. Your clinician will determine treatment plans, prescriptions, and number of refills (if any) based on your symptoms and health history.
Alpha, Curai Health, SteadyMD, and Wheel have licensed clinicians (like MDs, DOs, and NPs). At Alpha, the typical prescription is a 30- to 90-day supply and 3 to 11 refills. At Curai Health, the typical prescription is a 30-day supply and 2 refills. At SteadyMD, the typical prescription is a 30-day supply and 1 refill. At Wheel, the typical prescription is a 30-day supply and 5 refills.

What you’ll need

A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if we need additional identity verification
5 to 10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history

How it works

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Choose an online clinic
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Fill out an intake form
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Connect with a clinician, no appointment needed
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Get a personalized treatment plan
You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
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You should know
Based on your health information, your clinician may recommend that you see a healthcare provider in person. If that happens, you won’t be charged for your visit. Amazon Clinic doesn’t accept insurance at this time, and isn’t intended for beneficiaries of government payor programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Frequently asked questions

What allergy medications can I get through Amazon Clinic?
Your clinician can prescribe a variety of treatments to help control symptoms of seasonal and perennial allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis.

Glucocorticoid nasal sprays

Second-generation steroid nasal sprays include fluticasone propionate (Flonase), mometasone furoate (Nasonex), and ciclesonide (Omnaris). First-generation sprays include budesonide (Rhinocort) and triamcinolone acetonide (Nasacort).

Antihistamine nasal sprays

Nasal antihistamines include olopatadine (Patanase) and azelastine (Astelin, Astepro). Antihistamine-glucocorticoid combination nasal sprays include azelastine-fluticasone (Dymista).

Oral antihistamines

Oral antihistamine medications include loratadine (Claritin), desloratadine (Clarinex), fexofenadine (Allegra), levocetirizine (Xyzal), and cetirizine hydrochloride (Zyrtec).

Antihistamine eye drops

Ophthalmic solutions for allergy eye symptoms (allergic conjunctivitis) include antihistamine eye drops like olopatadine (Pataday), alcaftadine (Lastacaft), azelastine hydrochloride (Optivar), and ketotifen (Alaway, Zaditor).

Other allergy treatments
• Montelukast (Singulair), an oral leukotriene inhibitor
• Eye drops for pain, congestion, and inflammation
Please note: This information is for general reference only. Your clinician will review your symptoms and health history to determine which (if any) treatments are medically appropriate for allergy symptom relief.
What are the common symptoms of allergic rhinitis?
When your body has an overactive immune response to common environmental allergens like pollen or dust mites, you may experience the following symptoms:
• Runny nose with watery discharge
• Sneezing
• Nasal obstruction
• Itchy eyes
• Itchy nose
• Postnasal drip
• Cough
• Fatigue
• Irritability
• Tearing eyes
• Dark circles under eyes
Many of these symptoms can have other causes (like the common cold, a reaction to certain medications, or rhinosinusitis), so it's important to consult a licensed clinician or pharmacist before you begin taking over-the-counter allergy drugs.
What type of allergies do I have?
Allergic rhinitis can be classified in several different ways:

By frequency
Intermittent or seasonal allergies/hay fever. You have allergy symptoms fewer than 4 days/week or for less than 4 weeks at a time. You can predict when your allergies will flare up from year to year. Symptoms are typically triggered by outdoor allergens like pollen.

Persistent or perennial allergies. You have allergy symptoms more than 4 days/week or for more than 4 weeks at a time. These allergies are often triggered by a constant in your environment, like dust mites, mold spores, or pet dander in the home. You can also experience persistent allergy symptoms that get worse at certain times of year.
By severity
Moderate-severe allergies. You experience at least one of the following:
1. Sleep disturbance
2. Interference in school or work
3. Interference in leisure or sports activities
4. "Troublesome" symptoms
• Mild allergies. You don't experience any of the 4 moderate-severe criteria
When are seasonal allergies most common?
Peak pollen periods for trees, grasses, and weeds can vary depending on where you live. But in general, hay fever symptoms are usually triggered in the spring and fall.

If you have seasonal allergies, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) recommends consulting the National Allergy Bureau's online database to track your local pollen count.
What types of visit can I have?
Video visits are available in all 50 states and D.C. Message-only visits are available in 34 states. To see your visit options, first choose your state.
How does Amazon Clinic protect my health information?
Amazon Clinic protects your health information by strictly following the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). HIPAA governs what Amazon Clinic and your healthcare providers can do with your medical information, as well as your contact and payment information. Amazon Clinic doesn’t and will never sell your personal information. Learn more on our privacy page.