As cold and flu season eventually comes to an end, we look forward to putting away the heavy sweaters and the ever-present pack of tissues. Then comes spring, with its budding trees, flowers, and weeds to make us all say, Ah-CHOO. In addition to the nasal symptoms, you can feel those allergies all over your face, throat, and even your skin—and it can drag on for months.
“Spring allergies usually start up in March with tree pollen, and then in May you get grass pollen, so spring allergies can last from March through June,” says Purvi Parikh, M.D., an allergist in New York and spokesperson for the Allergy & Asthma Network.
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