Seasonal Allergies Treatment Overview
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First steps to consider
- Mild to moderate seasonal allergies can often be treated at home.
- Can be treated with OTC antihistamines and decongestants and avoiding allergens.
When you might need a provider
- Symptoms have not improved with OTC medications
- Moderate to severe symptoms that affect your daily life for more than 4 days a week and more than 4 weeks in a year.
All treatments for seasonal allergies
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Frequently asked questions
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