Construction work on I-25 on exit 197 Arapahoe Rd may cause delays. Take measures to get to your appointment on time. We apologize for the inconvenience!

Chronic Illness and Missing School – Words from a Patient

Being chronically ill is definitely a challenge especially when you are missing a lot of school.  When I was younger I missed a lot of school due to illness and infusions.  Trying to keep up with the missing school assignments was a struggle at times. I diagnosed with CVID at 11 years old. My par …

Diet and Inflammation – An HAE Patient’s Perspective

I have Hereditary Angioedema which causes edema or swelling when I have flares. Since, I already struggle with having excess swelling in my body I thought it would be a good idea to do everything I could to help reduce the inflammation that I have.  I already receive infusions twice a week which i …

The difference between an Allergy and a Sensitivity – Dr. Edan Sarid

by IMMUNOe

Dr. Edan Sarid: Many people can have adverse reactions to a variety of triggers – including foods, airborne irritants, topical products or medications. But how do you know if you are truly allergic or just ‘sensitive’ to the irritant? An allergy is an immune-mediated reaction caus …

Staying Healthy During Winter – an IVIG patient Testimonial

by IMMUNOe

IMMUNOe and Horizon Patient Testimonial As much as I love winter time being immune deficient definitely makes it harder.  The kids being in school means germs are more prevalent around the house.  That adds another level of complexity trying to stay healthy.  Unfortunately germs are a part of li …

My HAE Flare Warning Signs – A Patient’s Testimonial

by IMMUNOe

My HAE Flare Warning Signs I’m beginning to see behavioral patterns I have before I get an HAE (Hereditary Angioedema) flare.  I always thought these were just odd personality quirks that I have, but now I can see correlations to my behavior and the onset of a flare.  I find it is beneficial fo …

What is an Immunologist?

by IMMUNOe

  An immunologist is a medical doctor specializing in disorders of the immune system. A healthy immune system is required to prevent infections, manage inflammation and maintain the body’s general healthy balance. Dysfunction of the immune system can lead to recurrent infections or chron …

Warning Signs of Primary Immunodeficiency – Dr. Edan Sarid

by IMMUNOe

What are warning signs of Primary Immunodeficiency (PIDD)? How many infections is too many? “Immune system defects can present themselves in many ways. Evaluation by an Immunologist is advised if infections are frequent or complicated. Warning signs include 2 or more serious bacterial infecti …

A Discussion of Nickel Allergy – Dr. Kevin O’Brien

by IMMUNOe

Did you know you can get “hand eczema” from nickel allergy, even if you are staying away from metal on you, because of nickel in the food you eat? Females tend to know they are nickel allergic because they get a rash from “cheap” earrings. Males are often not as aware that they even have &h …

Tips & Tricks for IVIG Infusions – a Patient Testimonial

by IMMUNOe

An IMMUNOe Infusion patients shares her tips on how she preps for her infusion appointments. After being on IVIG infusions for 15 years I have learned 4 tips and tricks that might help you.  I experience different side effects with different brands. When I first started, I struggled with migraines …