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Is there a way to help my hey fever symptoms?

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Dr. David Shulan
Allergy and Immunology 41 years experience
Multiple ways: Avoid going out when pollen counts are high and avoid other things you may be allergic to. Antihistamines particularly the newer low drowsiness ones can help with eye itching and sneezing. Prescription nasal steroids and antihistamine nasal sprays are very helpful. After allergy testing, appropriate allergy shot or drops can make you less sensitive.Mantihistamine eye drops can help eye symptoms.

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