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This information was reviewed and approved by Carah Santos, MD (12/5/2022).

Fall is a time when people with allergies may notice a change in their condition. Being prepared for these changes can make a big difference in how you’re controlling your allergies. A lot of rain in the spring and early summer, followed by sunny, hot days, tends to produce more ragweed in the fall. Rainy days and piles of wet leaves lead to more mold growth. If weed pollens or molds cause your allergy symptoms, here are some steps you can take to find relief:

Tips for Fall Allergies

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