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Discussion in 'Intellectual Talk' started by Gio, Jan 14, 2019.
Anyone getting hit with allergies already?
Take some meds?
Nope, not really. Allergy season is right around the corner though. Stock up on Benadryl.
Or Zyrtec, Xyzal, Allegra, Claritin, Dimetapp, Clarinex.
Yes, those are medications to alleviate the symptoms of allergies. Good job.
Allergy season is not for like another 3-4 months.
Actually allergic to Benadryl.
Allergy season is the beginning of Spring. It usually starts in January but is in full swing in February.
Oh, that sucks. It works wonders for me. Claritin is a decent substitute.
It is, but it's dumb they jacked up prices for it so high lol.
You said two different things here lol. Spring is late April here.
That's why Spring Break is in March? The date of which Spring starts differs every season. It NEVER starts in late April though. Having Spring start in late April means it would only be significantly shorter since Summer typically begins in June. Spring starts anywhere from February to April. This year it begins Wednesday, March 20 and this is true for the ENTIRE Northern Hemisphere.
I'm sure I'll be fine when the season comes, and hopefully so will my brother. He usually gets hayfever really bad but if he's stocked up also, then there's nothing to worry about
That depends on the school actually. Some schools have it in March, and I've have mine in April as well.
Some schools do observe it in April. The very beginning of April and never the need of April.
Well, this is from a big school system in NYC:
Ok? There's obviously some insecurities here to have to continue to argue with facts so I'll drop it. Moving on. Keep it on topic.
I agree with Ajay.
Allergies. Hmm. I never can be certain whether I’m sick because of allergies or any of a number of other ailments. Allergy medicine is never that effective for me.
I get them a lot. Though probably mostly really just sinius’. Either way, pain in the butt. I do take some medicine for it daily though.
Grass, makes summer a bittersweet time of the year. .