Results for - Seasonal Allergies?

1,953 voters participated in this survey

A drippy nose year round may be an allergy to dust, mold or stuff like old pillows. Having the symptoms only in Spring or Fall may mean seasonal allergies. I think I have both, but do not medicate every single day. What is your habit?

1. Do you have allergic reactions at certain times of the year (sniffles, stuffy nose etc)?

yes
54%
1,031 votes
no
36%
678 votes
NA
10%
191 votes

2. Do you instead have a drippy nose almost every morning? or sneeze a bit after you get up?

Yes
32%
614 votes
No
58%
1,100 votes
Undecided
10%
186 votes
Describe?
  • Not Applicable
  • yes to both
  • Take claritin everyday...works!!!!

3. Have you had allergy tests?

Yes
24%
455 votes
No
61%
1,166 votes
Not Applicable
15%
279 votes

4. Have you been diagnosed?

Yes
23%
442 votes
No
50%
952 votes
Not Applicable
27%
506 votes
explain?
  • Not Applicable
  • none
  • Went through testing at least 3 times

5. Do you take a prescription or OTC med?

Over the Counter, name of med in comments, please
31%
590 votes
Prescription, name of med in comments, please
12%
220 votes
none, grin and bear it
60%
1,146 votes

6. I have heard that if you do NOT treat your sniffles you are more prone to infections. Do you regularly get sinus infections?

Yes
14%
263 votes
No
62%
1,187 votes
Not Applicable
24%
450 votes

7. Do you think these infections could be caused by not treating your sniffles?

Yes
10%
195 votes
No
27%
515 votes
Undecided
23%
443 votes
Not Applicable
39%
747 votes
explain?
  • the gunk gets backed up
  • Not Applicable
  • dude work on your survey skills
10/13/2016 Health & Fitness 1953 32 By: Flashdog_1

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