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... Hello, I live in Central Texas and brother I can tell you for a fact that weather changes here do definely effect people with allergies. ... (3 replies)
... itchy eyes, and very congested. When the weather changes from winter to spring. This will last a couple of days or a week while I find the right allergy medication. ... (9 replies)
Allergies or not
Oct 17, 2009
... I also have this problem where I will start sneezing uncontrollably in the morning when I wake. I notice it happens a lot when I sleep with the windows open and the weather changes. My nose gets really dry and it causes me to sneeze. ... (5 replies)

... I have been coughing for 20 years and it is all due to allergies. Like you, when the weather changes, the cough comes on as well as the headaches and it is barometric change in pressure that does it. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I live in Central Texas and brother I can tell you for a fact that weather changes here do definely effect people with allergies. ... (10 replies)
... no where near the level I see during the summer. Those who suffer from dust mites have more problems during the winter. Of course those who suffer from animal allergies do not see a seasonal change. You are correct about the hard frost killing all of the pollens. ... (10 replies)
... I have heard that many people get headaches when the weather changes or it rains. Isn't that some sort of an allergy issue? ... (10 replies)
... the pollens are gone for the season. When it gets cold outside, mold cannot grow very well and the mold count goes way down. ... (3 replies)
... I do get really bad sinus headaches..especially when the weather changes. I have hayfever, but do not know of any other specific allergies. ... (5 replies)
Allergies? Help!!
Jul 17, 2005
... Can anyone help?? I have been sick since December. It started with occasional green discharge post-nasally with a slight fever. This would occur every few days and go away. The day after Christmas I got the typical fever, aches, terrible headache, cough... I was put on Augmentin and felt somewhat better, but still had sinus issues and my ears were sore with alot of... (3 replies)
... It seems like when the weather changes, I feel it! I feel so draggy even though I'm not really sneezing or anything. Does this happen with allergies? ... (6 replies)
... I just wanted to know, if anyone suffers with headaches everytime the weather changes. ... (6 replies)
... About four years ago, I lost the ability to wear my contact lenses on a regular basis because they eat away at my eye lining. When I do wear them, my eyes get extremely irritated in short periods of time. ... (4 replies)
... pm when the pollen count falls. I sometimes cut my allergy meds in half and take half at night and half during the day. ... (5 replies)
... I have allergies and it seems that when the weather changes, my allergies let me know it. I get a headache, my ears feel full or stuffy and sometimes my sinuses hurt a little bit. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all.. I found this site right before crowning myself as the allergies queen. I'm at the end of my rope with thi allergies thing!. ... (1 replies)
For sneezydiva
Oct 27, 2005
... ut said I needed to be patient for the shots to kick in. But then I started having the shortness of breath symptoms, I've posted about in the past. And that is when the allergist suspected sinusitis was complicating the situation. ... (4 replies)
... Pollen counts change from year to year because of different weather patterns. ... (1 replies)
... better! I'm being tested for food allergies tomorrow. ... (3 replies)
... but no allergies that should affect my nose and eyes. They tested me for 50 foods and even more airborne allergens, and did blood tests for several things. ... (32 replies)

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