Seasonal allergies are tough on everyone, but especially kids. If your toddler is sneezing up a storm and coughing at night, chances are, you are dealing with seasonal allergies.
Although it is uncommon for kids under two to develop seasonal allergies, it does happen. Children can develop allergies year round if indoor triggers, such as dust mites and pet dander have been introduced.
Symptoms to Watch For
- Runny Nose
- Watery Eyes
- Scratch Throat
- Puffy Eyes
- Postnasal Drip
Powell Pediatrics can check your kids and teens for allergies. If you have been keeping your overactive 10 year old off the playground because you think he is allergic to Ragweed but haven’t had him tested, it’s time to call Powell Pediatrics for an allergy testing.
Mold spores and pollen are just a few of the allergens that can cause your kids to suffer. Find out for sure and schedule an appointment with for allergy testing with Powell Pediatrics today.