While the histamine depletion from this "small controllable reaction" gave you temporary relief, this is potentially a very dangerous situation. The smaller reactions can escalate into a major anaphylactic reaction without warning and you will be in a life threatening situation. These smaller reactions are to be avoided as they indicate a risk.
I am talking about only a "Non-Systemic" reaction.
Just an example...
Before the shot - no rhinitis. 5 minutes later spontaneously they have rhinitis similar to as if they were in a field of rag weed pollen.
Three questions based on this example.
A. Would a sudden sinus change like above count as a reaction?
B. Would this sudden change affect the benefits of the immunology desensitization?
C. Would too much antigen have a negative effect with immunology desensitization?
If yes, why don't doctors let people take shots 5 times a week for faster results?
This question is based on the answer above if applies.
If (yes) beneficial why don't doctors let people take shots 5 times a week for faster results?