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Did anyone ever had allergies or hay fever for 2 months or longer?

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Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Many people Do

The duration of seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) depends on pollination of the particular plant and the part of the country.
In the northern us, pollen seasons for trees, grass and weeds is about 6-10 weeks. However, if a person lives in the southern us the pollen season can be many months. Also, if a person is allergic to trees and grass, the pollen related symptoms can be over 2 months.

In brief: Many people Do

The duration of seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) depends on pollination of the particular plant and the part of the country.
In the northern us, pollen seasons for trees, grass and weeds is about 6-10 weeks. However, if a person lives in the southern us the pollen season can be many months. Also, if a person is allergic to trees and grass, the pollen related symptoms can be over 2 months.
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