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If I have pollen allergy which fruit I can eat?
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Dr. Andrew Murphy
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Depends
There is a clinical syndrome called oral allergy syndrome in which some patients who have seasonal allergies can have symptoms, typically limited to the mouth area, to certain fresh fruits and vegetables.
Not all allergy patients have these symptoms. Some of the classic associations are birch -apple and ragweed - melons.

In brief: Depends
There is a clinical syndrome called oral allergy syndrome in which some patients who have seasonal allergies can have symptoms, typically limited to the mouth area, to certain fresh fruits and vegetables.
Not all allergy patients have these symptoms. Some of the classic associations are birch -apple and ragweed - melons.
Dr. Andrew Murphy
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Great information can be found on the Chidren's Hospital of Philadelphia website (CHOP). Just 'Google' Oral allergy Syndrome and CHOP
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics
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In brief: Pollen allergy
Pollen allergy can develop by inhaling pollen.
It is conceivable but unlikely that ingesting pollen may aggravate your pollen allergy. To prevent this, carefully double wash any fresh food potentially contaminated with pollen to eliminate it from the diet. Better still, reduce your exposure to pollen by staying inside during pollen season. Also wearing a good mask when you are outside will help.

In brief: Pollen allergy
Pollen allergy can develop by inhaling pollen.
It is conceivable but unlikely that ingesting pollen may aggravate your pollen allergy. To prevent this, carefully double wash any fresh food potentially contaminated with pollen to eliminate it from the diet. Better still, reduce your exposure to pollen by staying inside during pollen season. Also wearing a good mask when you are outside will help.
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
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