As cedar fever is actually an allergy, patients most severely affected are those with serious chronic medical conditions like diabetes or breathing conditions like asthma and COPD. Controlling those conditions can be protective.
Cedar fever can occur anytime between November and March but is most pronounced from mid-December to mid-February. It can also be a problem in other states, like Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and New Mexico.
If you have cold or flu symptoms that just don’t go away, consider allergy skin testing and treatment, especially if the over-the-counter antihistamines and nasal sprays don’t work for you anymore. Allergy immunotherapy or “allergy shots” are used to decrease the overreaction of the immune system to cedar trees as well as other allergens with which you may come in contact.
If you would like to be tested for your allergies or believe you might be a good candidate for allergen immunotherapy, Dr. Wendt and her staff at Relieve Allergy, Asthma & Hives would love to help.
Relieve Allergy Asthma & Hives is located near Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Quarter, DC Ranch and Grayhawk at 21803 N. Scottsdale Road Ste. 200, on the corners of Deer Valley and Scottsdale Roads, and has convenient evening and early morning hours to accommodate your schedule.
Dr. Wendt is also available for telemedicine appointments as appropriate. Insurance plans accepted. Call 480-500-1902 today to schedule an appointment now and begin your allergy testing and treatment with Dr. Wendt at Relieve Allergy, Asthma & Hives in Scottsdale, Arizona