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What is this stuffy nose allergy from? Could it be both trees and grass or weeds?
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Dr. David Mann
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: All the above & more
Allergy can be to tree pollens, weed pollens, grass pollens, dust, cat, dog, other animals (birds, etc), mold, cockroach, foods if symptoms are seasonal then for spring, trees pollens common, summer-grass pollens, spring-weed (i.
e., ragweed) pollens.

In brief: All the above & more
Allergy can be to tree pollens, weed pollens, grass pollens, dust, cat, dog, other animals (birds, etc), mold, cockroach, foods if symptoms are seasonal then for spring, trees pollens common, summer-grass pollens, spring-weed (i.
e., ragweed) pollens.
Dr. David Mann
Dr. David Mann
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Dr. Asif Khan
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Yes, or dust, mites
The best way to reach an answer is to be skin tested by an allergist, in the meantime you can use over the counter antihistamines and nose sprays, but not afrin (oxymetazoline).

In brief: Yes, or dust, mites
The best way to reach an answer is to be skin tested by an allergist, in the meantime you can use over the counter antihistamines and nose sprays, but not afrin (oxymetazoline).
Dr. Asif Khan
Dr. Asif Khan
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