Be greater than your allergies
COMMON ALLERGY TRIGGERS
People are affected by all kinds of allergens. Some of us need to avoid pollen and dust; others can’t be around dogs or cats. But no matter what you’re allergic to, allergy symptoms can interfere with daily activities and reduce your quality of life.
Click below to learn more about each type of allergen.
A ragweed allergy is caused by an allergic reaction to the pollen of the ragweed plant, a flowering weed that is most prevalent in the East and Midwest.1 Ragweed allergies are most common during late summer through the fall, with mid-September being the peak time for ragweed allergy symptoms.1
RAGWEED ALLERGY SYMPTOMS
A ragweed allergy, similar to any pollen allergy, includes allergy symptoms like nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, and itchy, watery eyes.1
RAGWEED ALLERGY TREATMENT
Treating a ragweed allergy isn't always easy, and we can be exposed to ragweed pollen even when we try to avoid the outdoors. Learn how to use FLONASE nasal sprays to help you treat your ragweed allergy symptoms.