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What are seasonal allergies?
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A seasonal allergy is a result of coming into contact with something that you’re allergic to during a specific time of the year. A common example is pollen season.

Seasonal allergies are sometimes called seasonal allergic rhinitis or hay fever (although they have nothing to do with hay or fevers). All three terms mean essentially the same thing and are often used interchangeably.

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