"Cedar Fever" hits Central Texas again: allergic rhinitis/conjunctivitis in December-February

From the local ABC TV station:

Just the sight of cedar is enough to make Millie Stefonsky start itching: "Itchy eyes, very watery eyes, scratchy throat, not having that energy we all need."

After years of fighting cedar fever, Stefonsky tried allergy shots and says they've made a world of difference. "I swear by it. I think that's the best way to go," she says.

Here are the Treatment Options for Allergic Rhinitis and Non-Allergic Rhinitis (click to enlarge the image):

Ocular antihistamines (eye drops) (click to enlarge the image):


"Cedar Fever" hits Central Texas

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