Allergy Relief

Less sniffles, less hassle. Finding the right allergy treatment shouldn’t be a guessing game. Get medication prescribed by a real, U.S.-licensed healthcare professional—all from the comfort of home.

About allergies

“Allergies” is a general term that refers to a reaction the body has to allergens. Allergens are substances that are generally not harmful to the body.

COMMON QUESTIONS

What are allergies?

“Allergies” is a general term that refers to a reaction the body has to allergens. Allergens are substances that are generally not harmful to the body.

Allergic rhinitis refers to inflammation in the nose (rhinitis) that occurs when you are exposed to a substance you are allergic to. Allergic rhinitis is sometimes called “hay fever” or “seasonal allergies,” although it can be caused by nonseasonal substances as well.

The term “allergic rhinitis” does not refer to all kinds of allergies you may have. For example, food allergies and allergies to medications do not typically cause allergic rhinitis.

Treatment is only available through Roman for allergic rhinitis, if appropriate. Treatment is not available for food allergies or medication allergies.

What causes allergies?

Researchers aren’t sure why some people develop allergies and others do not. What we do know is that the tendency to develop allergies is genetic. This means if your family members have allergies, you are more likely to have them as well.

Additionally, certain allergic conditions commonly occur together. Known as the “atopic triad,” these conditions are allergic rhinitis, eczema (also called atopic dermatitis), and allergic asthma.

What causes allergic rhinitis?

Allergic rhinitis is typically caused by airborne allergens, roughly divided into outdoor airborne allergens (tree pollens, grass pollens, weed pollens, etc.) and indoor airborne allergens (animal dander, dust mites, mold, etc.).

Outdoor allergens are usually seasonal because plants release pollen at certain times of the year. Indoor allergens may be present throughout the year, but certain situations can make indoor allergies worse. For example, animal dander allergies may be worse in the winter because pets may spend more time indoors and there is less circulating fresh air.

More than 80% of allergy sufferers fail to choose the best OTC medication to treat their symptoms

Treatments for allergies

We offer various FDA-approved treatments to attack different parts of the allergy pathway.

Azelastine

Generic Astelin

$19/dose

Starting at

Fast-acting (within 15 minutes) nasal antihistamine spray. Manufactured by Apotex in Canada.

Fluticasone

Generic Flonase

$19 /dose

Starting at

A non-drowsy nasal corticosteroid spray. Manufactured by Hikma in the UK.

Levocetirizine

Generic Xyzal

$19 /dose

Starting at

A fast-acting (within an hour) oral antihistamine. Manufactured by Micro in India.

Montelukast

Generic Singulair

$19 /dose

Starting at

A non-drowsy oral medication for congestion. Manufactured by Macleods in India.

What to expect

Allergy medication works best when taken every day.

Nasal sprays
Azelastine and Generic Flonase

Spray the medication in each nostril as prescribed.

Oral medications
Levocetirizine and Montelukast

Take 1 tablet by mouth every night at bedtime. May be taken with or without food.

Results

Our treatments are backed by real data and trusted by real medical professionals. No snake oil, no gimmicks.

In a clinical trial, combination azelastine and fluticasone nasal spray improved participants’ score by 30% on a questionnaire that rates the severity of symptoms including sneezing, itching, congestion, and watery eyes (Hampel 2010)

Member stories

“Never saw myself wanting or needing this stuff, but when the time came – so did I! The process was easy, the product is discreet, and let me tell ya parties on both sides of the aisle were singing from the same song sheet. Great job, Roman!”
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“Great service, I always get my prescription fast, customer service is awesome they always answer my questions and the product is as good as the brand name prescription I got in the past”
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“Just wanted to say how affordable and easy using Roman has been. Very happy with the outcome and the medication. Recommend to anyone who may be dealing with any of the issues that they can help with.”
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Side effects

We believe in transparency. These are the side effects that patients may experience as a result of using allergy medication.

For Azelastine Nasal Spray, some adverse reactions may include: Unusual bitter taste, headache, sleepiness, nose burning, pain or discomfort, runny nose, scratchy or sore throat, nosebleeds, inflammation or swelling of the sinuses, sneezing, nausea, dry mouth, fatigue, dizziness, and weight increase.

For Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray, the most common adverse reactions (>3%) are: headache, pharyngitis, epistaxis, nasal burning/nasal irritation, nausea/vomiting, asthma symptoms, and cough.

These are not all possible side effects. See Important Safety Information for more.

Some adverse reactions may include: sleepiness, fatigue, nasal irritation, dry mouth, sore throat, Levocetirizine was designed to be less sedative than Zyrtec, but it may still cause sleepiness in some users, so we recommend taking it at night.

These are not all possible side effects. See Important Safety Information for more.

Montelukast is generally well tolerated but may cause headaches.

Montelukast carries a black box warning for serious neuropsychiatric events. Some patients reported serious events including suicidal thoughts and actions. Agitation, sleeping problems, and depression were also reported. For this reason, montelukast should be reserved for use in patients who have an inadequate response or intolerance to alternative therapies for allergic rhinitis.

These are not all possible side effects. See Important Safety Information for more.

Discuss it all with your healthcare provider

Concerned about the potential side effects of treatment? Not a problem. You’ll be matched with a U.S.-licensed healthcare professional who will offer guidance, answer your questions, and help if you experience any side effects.

Pricing

With One Health, all you’ll ever pay for is the cost of your medication. No co-pays, no insurance claims, no hassles.

Price for 1-month supply of Generic Astelin, Flonaise, Xyzal, or Singulair*

$19

Your first visit with a doctor

Free

2-day shipping on medications

Free

All future visits with your doctor

Free

Total

$2 per dose

* Note that price may vary based on quarterly or monthly plan

How OneHealth Works

Technology has enabled a massive shift in the way healthcare can be provided. With Roman, you can receive expert quality care from your phone or computer, without ever leaving the comfort of home.

OneHealth way

01.

Answer a few questions about your health.

Report your symptoms and medical history to a U.S.-licensed healthcare professional who will determine the treatment best suited for you and then follow up via secure messaging in your Roman portal.

02.

Receive free, 2-day shipping for treatment.

If treatment is prescribed, you’ll receive it within 2 days—packaged discreetly and shipped for free.

03.

Get free follow ups for ongoing care.

Continue to take and adjust your treatments. Schedule follow-ups with your physician or nurse practitioner. Note: you should continue to receive regular, in-person care in addition to using Roman.

The old way

01.

Find a doctor who accepts your insurance

02.

Make an appointment with the doctor

03.

Travel to the doctor’s office

04.

Sit in the waiting room until the doctor is ready for you

05.

Consult with the doctor to get your prescription

06.

Drive to the pharmacy to pick up your prescription

IS Onehealth LEGIT?

5 Million Virtual Visits

Everything Roman does is scientifically backed and vetted by leading experts in men’s health. We’re changing healthcare for good, and we know it’s worth it. Because when men feel better, the people who love them do, too.

FAQs

For any additional questions, please reach out to info@onehealth.com. We can also be reached by phone at +44 116 228 8600, Monday – Friday, 8am-6pm EST.
What is allergic rhinitis?
Allergic rhinitis is sometimes called “hay fever” or “seasonal allergies,” although it can be caused by nonseasonal substances as well. Allergic rhinitis refers to inflammation in the nose (rhinitis) that occurs when you are exposed to a substance you are allergic to. The term “allergic rhinitis” does not refer to all kinds of allergies you may have. For example, food allergies and allergies to medications do not typically cause allergic rhinitis.
What are the most common allergens?

There are many different allergens that affect the body. These include foods, plants, animals, metals, chemicals, medications, and more. Some allergens are known as airborne allergens because they are present in the air. The most common airborne allergens include tree pollens, grass pollens, weed pollens, pet dander, and molds. Dust mites and cockroach allergens are also common and may be airborne, however they settle more quickly than the other airborne allergens.

Roman only offers treatment for allergic rhinitis, which is caused by airborne allergens. However, there are many other common allergens you may have. The most common food allergens are fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, soy, and milk. These allergens always need to be labeled on food if they are present. Other allergens you may have heard of include:

  1. Insect venom (e.g. getting stung by a bee)
  2. Nickel (e.g. getting a rash after wearing certain jewelry)
  3. Latex (e.g. getting a rash when coming into contact with latex)
  4. Medications (e.g. getting hives after taking penicillin)

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