White Ash

White ash trees contribute to seasonal pollen counts, particularly in the spring when they flower. The airborne pollen from white ash can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals, adding to the array of tree pollens present during allergy season....

White Ash

When should I consider testing for White Ash allergy?

If you have allergy symptoms that appear in the spring and coincide with the white ash flowering season, it may be helpful to test for a white ash allergy.

What are common symptoms of White Ash allergy?

  • Sneezing
  • Itchy, red, or watery eyes
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Shortness of breath
  • Itchy throat or ears

What causes White Ash allergy reactions?

Reactions occur when the immune system overreacts to white ash pollen, treating it as a harmful substance and causing typical allergy symptoms.

How to manage White Ash allergy symptoms?

Managing white ash allergy involves staying indoors on days with high pollen counts, using air conditioning with pollen filters, and possibly taking allergy medications.

Test(s) that measure/test for White Ash

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