What is cedar fever? I'm Dr. Manan Shah, I'm an ENT and allergist with Wyndly Health.
Cedar fever is an odd allergy reaction that happens during the winter. While most allergy reactions actually happen during the spring or fall, cedar or mountain cedar tends to pollinate in the winter.
And so patients will in the middle of January or December experience like stuffy nose, runny nose, watery eyes, and oftentimes they'll mix it up with a cold or flu.
The good news is if you have an allergy to mountain cedar, you can do immunotherapy to fix it long-term. If you'd like to learn more, please subscribe.