Minute Clinic and Fall Allergies



Fall Allergies can be tricky.  I know that I get them, and they aren’t fun.

So, if you have a “cold” that lasts longer than 7 – 10 days, you should get checked for allergies.  Mine are really bad, I have horrible sinuses.  And, can’t wait until Fall is over, so the Allergies go away.  I am using a Nasal Decongestant to help relieve the pressure in my sinuses.


“There are more allergy triggers in the fall. Typically, weed pollens, like ragweed and mold allergies are those that flare up come fall. Certain foods like bananas, melon and zucchini can also be a trigger for those allergic to ragweed.”


You can check out the Minute Clinic, at select locations of CVS.  We have one not too far, about a 20 minute drive, and I love it.  They did a complete blood work up, on a previous post.


“Dust mites are a common allergen in the fall. When you start to close up your house when the weather gets cooler, old blankets and quilts could be hosting dust mites that can be an irritant.”

What’s so nice about Minute Clinic is you can hold your place in line, by clicking on the highlighted link.  Then when you get to Minute Clinic, you will already have your number.

“If you are struggling to feel well, see a healthcare provider. At MinuteClinic, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants can recommend the right course of over-the-counter medications and write prescriptions when medically appropriate. They can review your medical history, perform a physical exam, analyze your symptoms and decide on a treatment plan.”

Fall Allergies are very much different than Spring Allergies.  Make sure you pick up your J&J coupon booklet at the Minute Clinic nearest you.

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