It’s that time of the year – your colleagues are sniffling, your child has a runny and congested nose…. and the school is turning him/ her away. When you visit the General Practitioner’s, the doctor diagnoses it as a simple sinus.
“It’s just a sinus?” you think to yourself. That can’t be. It’s been going on for weeks and the drippy and congested nose ain’t getting anywhere better. Perhaps, it’s time for you to consider if you or your child might have seasonal allergies. Here are five things to know before you visit your doctor to ask if you may have allergies: