When Do Seasonal Pollen Allergies End?

When does pollen season end?

Pollen season can extend throughout most of the year because trees, grasses, and weeds each pollinate at different times of the year. Depending on how mild the climate is where you live, pollen season can start in February or March and end in October or November.

When does pollen season end? The bad news is pollen season can extend almost throughout the year.

Tree Pollen

If you have tree allergies, it's usually in the spring. So you're talking, you know, March, April, May, but sometimes it even goes into June.

Grass Pollen

If you have grass allergies, though, it can extend into June, July, and August through the summer.

Weed Pollen

And unfortunately, some people even have weed allergies like ragweed. And then we're talking September, October, and even November.

How Long Do Seasonal Allergies Last?

So the bad news is, if you have pollen allergies, you can actually have pollen allergies almost throughout the entire year.

How to Treat Pollen Allergies?

The good news is if you have bad allergies, you can actually treat them using a technique called immunotherapy.

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