Late Spring Leading to Troublesome Allergy Season
ST. CLOUD -- Allergy sufferers are finding difficult conditions right now.
Dr. Stephen Leslie says we had a late start to the tree pollen season and we're now entering the grass pollen season. Dr. Leslie says on top of that, there is also mold present. He says as a result, they are seeing more patients these days at their clinic at the CentraCare Health Plaza.
Dr. Leslie says there are a number of over-the-counter antihistimines you can take to help relieve your symptoms. But, he says if the symptoms don't improve, you'll want to
see your doctor. Leslie says allergy symptoms can lead to sinus infections and asthma flare-ups.
If you are an allergy sufferer, Dr. Leslie says you should keep your windows closed and use the air conditioner if necessary.