The arrival of autumn is commonly welcomed with a sigh of relief for those with hay fever symptoms who have suffered throughout spring and summer. The most common groups of pollen that cause hay fever are trees, grass and weeds.
Hay fever is usually at it’s worst for sufferers when the pollen count us at its highest, which traditionally has been from from March until May, although it can stay prominent throughout the rest of the summer in June, July and August.
This should mean that by September things are calming down a bit….
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