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Preparing for Seasonal Allergies

Spring is here and it’s a time when seasonal allergies can act up, especially as trees begin to

pollinate. Furthermore, changes in temperature and rainfall can make seasonal allergies even

worse. If your child has allergies, it’s important to be prepared for the spring season ahead.

Firstly, if you’re unsure if your child has allergies or not, it’s good to be aware of the common

signs. Symptoms can often feel like a common cold and include a runny and stuffy nose,

sneezing, sniffling, headaches, fatigue, eye irritation, coughing, itchiness, and rashes. If you

notice any of these, please call our office to make an appointment. Our pediatrician will

examine these symptoms for a diagnosis and decide if your child needs to be tested for asthma.