You're not having a severe allergic reaction that includes a rash or swollen lips or tongue
You’re not pregnant
Personalized treatment plans may include prescription medications that control seasonal allergy symptoms. Your clinician may also recommend over-the-counter treatments and self-care strategies. They won’t prescribe oral steroids or immunotherapy. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
If you need treatment for an additional health condition, you’ll need to start a separate visit.
Commonly prescribed medications*
Fluticasone propionate (Flonase)
Your clinician won’t prescribe oral steroids or immunotherapy. They may recommend over-the-counter medications.
*Note: You can fill prescriptions at any pharmacy. Links are for informational purposes only.
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. Refill estimates are based on a 30-day supply of medication.
What you’ll need
5-10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history
A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if your clinician needs to verify your identity
How it works
Answer some questions
Clinician reviews your info
Get treatment plan
You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
You should know
Based on your health information, your clinician may recommend that you see a healthcare provider in person. If that happens, you’ll still 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 medications can I get?
Your clinician may prescribe a variety of treatments including nasal sprays like fluticasone propionate (Flonase), oral antihistamines like loratadine (Claritin), prescription-strength eye drops like azelastine (Optivar), and leukotreine inhibitors like montelukast (Singulair).
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 necessary.