The OAAC says if you have grass and mold allergies those counts are going to be high as well. 


If you've been sneezing, had watery eyes, or had itchy skin and never been tested for allergies, you may want to call an allergist and do that. 


Doctors say there are small things you can do throughout the day to help cut down your exposure to ragweed pollen.  The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology has information about ragweed on its
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If your allergist approves you can get the shots to help with fighting your allergy.