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How not to confuse allergies with COVID-19: Oklahoma experts explain what symptoms to look for

Tulsa World
 2021-09-18

Cover picture for the articleUpdate (10 a.m. Monday): Ragweed pollen alerts remain at the highest level from Oklahoma Allergy Clinic, according to a Sept. 20 report. "Severe symptoms may be expected in pollen-sensitive individuals," the report says, adding those with respiratory complications should stay indoors. With Oklahoma plunging into an especially severe ragweed season...

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PZ333
09-19

I hate to break it to you, but some people have allergies so severe, that they do run a low grade fever with their allergies. Allergies are an inflammatory response. Inflammatory is heat.

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Shawnnette Elliott
09-19

This allergy season is worse than it’s ever been I even got strep throat at 63 and gee haven’t had that since I was 2 plus all the headaches earaches sinus infections so I tested no covid or variants just bug!!!

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