Does hay fever cause itchy skin?

Yes. Although most pollens cause issues with eyes, ears, and lungs, some people have atypical symptoms such as soft palatte itching , itching inside the ears, and itching in areas of the skin that may come into contact with pollen. (typically exposed skin).
Usually not. This is not a common symptom of hay fever ..But i definitely see some patients who do experience this during the "allergy seasons".

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