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Cough and seasonal allergies

Coughing can be an irritating symptom of seasonal allergies

A continuous cough is a not a common symptom of seasonal allergies, but if present, it can be irritating. There are a number of reasons why allergies can lead to coughs - from post-nasal drips to simple irritating of the upper respiratory passages. A dry cough is the usual symptom but sometimes, phlegm is produced leading to a mucus cough. This page describes the symptoms of a seasonal allergies cough and offers advice on suitable herbal and home remedies to alleviate the issue.

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