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Allergic Rhinitis Treatment in Children

This sounds like seasonal allergic rhinitis.

Common allergens that cause seasonal allergic rhinitis include

  • trees (late winter through spring)

  • grass (late spring and summer in most of the country; year-round in some areas)

  • weeds (summer through fall or frost)

  • ragweed (mid-August through fall or frost)

  • outdoor molds (especially on dry, hot windy days; also found on compost or leaf piles).

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