With the blooms of spring and summer faded, some people may not have many problems with allergies. For others it can be even worse. Ragweed is the biggest offender in the fall, starting near the end of August and continuing into October. Mold growing in leaf piles and dirty furnace filters being turned on for the first time can also be triggers.
Symptoms include runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, and breathing problems. We have many great over the counter treatments for fall allergies and would be happy to recommend one that doesn’t interact with any of your other medications.
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