Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.
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).
To learn how to avoid outdoor allergens