No, but you can manage it to live a normal healthy and productive life.
once your allergen is identified you can take better precautions.
suppose you are allergic to milk, you will need to forget milk for whole life. If you continue milk avoidance you will live a hassle free life. It doesn’t mean you are getting cured as re exposure to milk in future may result in recurrence of symptoms.
some patients do outgrow their allergies with time, like children develop tolerance to milk with time. But it’s impossible to tell which child will outgrow and which one will not in beginning.
Some answers we get only on repeated visits and with passage of time!
Immunotherapy helps in developing resistance to a particular allergen. It’s immune system modulation which builds up immunity in general and against particular allergen, then it has a dose dependent relationship with symptoms. Your body starts resisting small amount of allergen and dose and frequency of medicines start coming down.
There are many factors which determine the outcome of immunotherapy like:
Single allergen vs multi-allergen
stage of disease at the time of starting IT
type of allergen.
Dust mites, pollens, insects show very good response while fungus immunotherapy is still in nascent phase. Food allergens are not tried, avoidance is the only measure.