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Common Allergy Symptoms

Sneezing

Runny or stuffy nose

Itchy, watery eyes

Itchy sinuses or throat

For more persistent or severe symptoms, connect with an allergy specialist.

Allergy FAQs

What’s the difference between seasonal allergies and allergic reactions?

Both allergies and allergic reactions can be severe, but causes and symptoms can vary widely. Reactions can be dangerous, so when in doubt, it’s best to get your symptoms diagnosed by a medical professional.

What are the most common seasonal allergens?

Pollen and mold are two of the most common causes of seasonal allergies – and like many other seasonal allergens, they’re found outdoors.

What might be a sign it’s time to see a doctor about your allergies?

If allergies aren’t managed with over-the-counter medications, you might want to see a doctor. You also might want to get expert care if your symptoms are severe enough to affect other parts of your health – disrupting sleep, triggering migraines – or if they’re triggering other chronic conditions like asthma.

For serious medical emergencies, our emergency rooms are open 24/7 and staffed by providers board-certified in emergency medicine. If you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, call 911 right away.


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