Colorado Springs Pollen Report For October 23, 2017
Sagebrush, Chenopod/Amaranth, Ragweed
Allergy Tip of the Day: When Should I See An Allergist?
You should see an allergist/immunologist if you:
Have prolonged severe symptoms of rhinitis.
Have nasal polyps.
Have co-existing conditions such as asthma or recurrent sinusitis.
Have symptoms interfering with quality of life and/or ability to function.
Have limited their diet based upon perceived adverse reactions to foods or additives.
Experience itchy mouth from raw fruits or vegetables.
Have found medications to be ineffective, or have had adverse reactions to medications.
Are a child with allergic rhinitis, because immunotherapy may potentially prevent the development of asthma.