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Paramount Urgent Care

Servicing the central Florida area, our centers have on-site labs, medicines, x-rays, EKG & more. Walk-ins welcome – no appointment needed. Tourists rest easy, we accept travel insurances, as well as most other insurances. Urgent Care centers are a great alternative to the hospital emergency room, as the cost is less, and service faster. We treat most minor, non-life threatening conditions and all illnesses cared for by a family doctor.


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Controlling Asthma Symptoms During the Summer

While asthma sufferers need to manage their condition year-round, summer can be a particularly problematic season for these individuals. To help prevent the need for emergency care this summer, use the following tips to control your asthma symptoms:

Stay Cool

High temperatures combined with humidity can make it more challenging to breathe properly. Because of this, heat-stress could potentially affect your airways and trigger your asthma symptoms or an attack. If you live in a location that gets into triple-digit temperatures or is very humid during the summer, take care when going outside and avoid inhaling extremely hot air when possible by staying indoors during the hottest hours of the day.

Manage Allergies

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, then this season has the potential to cause you asthma issues by triggering your allergic reactions. For individuals who know that they have allergies, managing their symptoms can make the summer more bearable. If you suspect that you have seasonal allergies, visit your doctor and ask about allergy testing and management.

Swim Cautiously

Swimming is among the recommended exercises for people with asthma, and it has the added benefit of helping you stay cool in the summer heat. However, the chemicals that are often added to pools can trigger asthmatic symptoms in some individuals. If you find that being in swimming pools triggers your asthma, consider trying a different activity.

Mind Air Quality

Keeping an eye on the local air quality by watching the news or downloading air quality apps can help you manage your asthma. On days when the air quality is low, and the temperature will get high, try to schedule your day so that you can take care of your errands before it gets too hot. This will help you stay indoors later when the outdoor air might be more likely to trigger your symptoms.

Do you need treatment for your asthma or allergies near Orlando? If so, then contact Paramount Urgent Care today at (407) 226-1906. We have locations in Oviedo, Clermont, Lady Lake, and Orlando that are fully-equipped to provide asthma care and much more.

Recognizing a Poison Ivy Rash

Poison ivy can be an unwelcome reminder of a day spent hiking or playing outdoors. The resulting rash may clear up on its own, but some people benefit from getting medical care for an outbreak, particularly if they have severe symptoms. Could poison ivy be to blame for your rash? Here are the signs you need to know.

Poison ivy causes a red rash that is usually extremely itchy. It often appears like it has lines through it and may also blister or swell. It may appear to spread, but this is simply a delayed reaction on some parts of your skin. Contrary to popular belief, it is not contagious and you cannot infect other parts of your body. If you have a poison ivy rash and it has oozing blisters, significant swelling, or is on your eyes or genitals, get medical care to get it under control.

Whether you have a rash, sore throat, acute pains, or angina, Paramount Urgent Care is here to help with all of your urgent health care needs. Visit one of our four locations when you need urgent care in Orlando and the surrounding areas, or call us at (407) 226-1906 when you need more information.

When to Get Urgent Care for Food Poisoning Symptoms

In most instances, food poisoning is extremely unpleasant but relatively easy to manage at home. However, in some cases, food poisoning requires urgent care. If you suspect your food poisoning case is serious, go to a walk-in clinic to get the medical care you need. Here are some signs that you shouldn’t simply try to wait out your food poisoning symptoms.

You have serious dehydration symptoms.

Dehydration is a common side effect of food poisoning. Vomiting and diarrhea combined with an inability to keep things down can cause you to lose significant amounts of fluid. Minor dehydration symptoms, such as thirst, can usually be managed at home, but serious dehydration requires urgent care. If you have a fast heartbeat, feel dizzy, are breathing fast and shallow, and have little to no urine output, seek medical care. You could need intravenous fluids to treat your dehydration.

You have blurred vision.

Blurred vision associated with other food poisoning symptoms can indicate a serious health threat. Typically, blurred vision is associated with botulism poisoning, which can be particularly dangerous. Blurred vision caused by food poisoning may also be accompanied by muscle weakness, and difficulties breathing and swallowing.

You have diabetes.

Food poisoning can be dangerous for people with diabetes, especially those with type 1 diabetes and insulin-dependent type 2. Vomiting, diarrhea, and the inability to eat or drink can cause blood glucose levels to go dangerously awry, from dangerously low blood glucose levels to diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). People with diabetes should seek urgent care for any persistent issue that interferes with their ability to eat and drink as normal.

Don’t let serious food poisoning symptoms go unchecked. Paramount Urgent Care makes it easy to get the medical care you need. We have four walk-in clinic locations in Orlando, Lady Lake, Clermont, and Oviedo with extended hours seven days a week to serve you. Call us today at (407) 226-1906 to learn more about our urgent care services.