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Can you tell me how to plan/schedule seasonal pollen allergies?

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Dr. Marc Serota
Dermatology 14 years experience
Schedule: This varies by regions. You can check your local pollen counts with a simple google search or download various pollen count apps to your phone. In general: Early spring: trees late spring: grass fall: ragweed year round: dust mite, dog, cat, cockroach, indoor molds

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A 41-year-old member asked:

How can seasonal pollen allergies work?

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Dr. John Chiu
Allergy and Immunology 57 years experience
Seasonal symptoms?: Pollination from grasses, weeds, and trees are seasonal. Thus depending on what you are allergic to, your symptoms would appear during the time when that particular plant (plants) pollinate. Trees tend to bloom in the spring, grasses spring/summer, weeds late summer/fall.

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