A 38-year-old member asked:
Lillies giving me a headache, what could be wrong?
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Family Medicine 24 years experience
Allergic Rhinitis: Hi! it is possible that certain scents, and certainly certain plant pollens can cause or worsen allergic rhinitis. Runny nose, facial pain, headache, and sneezing are some of the symptoms. It is also possible for certain scents to trigger migraines. The best thing is to avoid lilies, if you can't discuss with your doctor. Take care, dr.H.
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Pain Management 24 years experience
Headaches: Assuming you are referring to be around them and not ingesting them - the most likely answer is that you are allergic to them.
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Last updated May 12, 2014
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