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Seasonal Allergies

When the pollen count increases or the dust just won’t settle, we’re here to help!

From hay fever to a rash and everything in between, our providers can effectively diagnose and treat your seasonal allergies with treatments ranging from simple antihistamines and decongestants to more powerful medication.

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What are allergies?

Allergies occur when your immune system overreacts to a trigger, called an allergen, that it detects to be harmful. A wide variety of objects can be considered allergens, including pollen, mold, pet dander, foods or common skin irritants. 

What are seasonal allergies?

While allergies and allergic reactions can be triggered any time, seasonal allergies and their symptoms occur at certain times of year, typically when plants like trees and grasses release pollen into the air.

Symptoms of a Seasonal Allergies

The expert staff at WellNow can help address the most common allergy symptoms, including:

• Sneezing
• Red and itchy eyes
• Runny nose
• Headaches
• Nasal congestion
• Sinus pressure
• Coughing
• Rashes

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When should you visit urgent care for seasonal allergy treatment?

If you are experiencing discomfort from seasonal allergies, WellNow can help! Check in online or walk in to a WellNow location nearest you.

This medical information has been reviewed for accuracy by Dr. Robert Birenbaum, Chief Medical Officer for WellNow Urgent Care.

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Illnesses and Symptoms We Treat

WellNow Urgent Care treats a variety of illnesses, infections and diseases along with their
associated symptoms. If you are feeling uncomfortable or unwell, our dedicated medical
team is prepared to deliver a personalized and tailored treatment plan to help you get
better, faster.

This list contains our most commonly treated illnesses and symptoms. If you are
experiencing an illness not listed or are unsure of the source of your discomfort, visit a
WellNow location near you
or start a virtual care session.

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Common Cold
COVID - 19
Ear infections