Do you suffer from allergies which are severe enough to interfere with your life? Have you tried different medications that do not help with your symptoms?
When it comes to seasonal allergies the two most common types are grass and pollen. You may notice that your symptoms flare up when going outside, particularly on days where grass and pollen counts are high.
While some of us welcome spring with open arms, others welcome spring with red, itchy eyes, sneezing, and nasal congestion. If the latter sounds like you then you may be dealing with seasonal allergies. Our Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat, otolaryngologists serving Stockbridge, GA, Dr. Dr. Aaron Fletcher, are here to tell you how allergies can affect your ENT health and what we can do to help.
Whenever grass or pollen comes into contact with your ears, nose, throat, or eyes it causes a histamine reaction within your body. As a result, you’ll end up dealing with a slew of unpleasant seasonal allergy symptoms, including:
- Nasal congestion
- Post-nasal drip
- Itchy nose
- Sore throat
- Red, itchy, or watery eyes
- Pressure in the ears
- Tinnitus or vertigo (in some cases)
Those who battle severe allergy symptoms may also experience fatigue on a regular basis. Of course, if you are an allergy sufferer the first thing you want to do is attack your seasonal allergy symptoms head on. Our Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat doctor can help you choose the treatment or treatment options that will best manage your symptoms and reduce allergy flare-ups.
Of course, there are some people who may be able to combat minor symptoms through over-the-counter medications like nasal sprays, decongestants, and antihistamines. This, along with certain lifestyle modifications such as using a HEPA filter in your home and keeping the windows closed during high pollen and grass counts, may be all you need to experience ample relief; however, if symptoms are severe or aren’t responding to the medications you are using we can prescribe a stronger allergy medications based on your symptoms.
Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat in Stockbridge, GA, is ready to help you battle and win your fight against allergies. Call our office (678) 902-9495 and let us know that you are looking for the right allergy treatment to manage your symptoms.
Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat
Dr. Aaron Fletcher
1106 Hospital Dr.
Stockbridge, GA 30281