About Fall Allergies
- Allergies are one of the most common chronic diseases, and occurs when the body’s immune system sees a substance as harmful and overreacts to it.
- The most common fall allergy is ragweed, a soft-stemmed weed that produces vast amounts of pollen – about a million grains per plant every day.
- Ragweed pollinates from mid-August to October, depending on where you live. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation, an estimated 10-20% of Americans suffer from ragweed allergies.
- Symptoms such as runny or stuffy nose; sneezing; itchy nose, eyes, ears and throat; and postnasal drip can be mistaken for a cold or flu, but may well be allergic reactions.
Read more about fall allergies:
- 4 Reasons Allergy Symptoms May Be Worse in Fall (not live online, in review)
- Is it Fall Seasonal Allergies or a Cold?
- 5 Myths about Seasonal Allergies You Probably Believe
Our board-certified clinicians can properly diagnose your symptoms and prescribe an allergy treatment and management plan that will help you get healthy!
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Prepare for your visit to RediClinic
- Once you book your appointment online, you’ll receive a confirmation code – Please bring your confirmation code to expedite check-in
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment
- Bring a valid government-issued I.D.
- If you are using insurance, bring your insurance card