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Tell seasonal allergies to stuff it

Schedule an illness/injury visit and get treatment for severe allergy symptoms today!

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Portland, OR

Seasonal allergies in full bloom?

Ah, springtime. Flowers blooming. Birds singing sweetly. And—if you’re one of the 20 million adults suffering from seasonal allergies—eyes itching, nose running, and sinuses causing you pain and misery. While over-the-counter medications can help ease your pesky symptoms, you may find yourself wondering when you should treat allergies yourself, and when it’s time to seek medical care.

 

How Zoom can help

Our providers can offer a clear path for preventing and treating your seasonal allergy symptoms. Schedule a same-day, no-wait visit today, and get back to smelling the flowers.

 

Sick and tired of sneezing and sniffling?

 

You may want to schedule an illness/injury visit if:

  • You have persistent symptoms. Stuffy nose, cough, or watery eyes making it hard to work or sleep? If your symptoms start to interfere with your daily life, consider seeing a doctor.
  • You’re not sure what you’re dealing with. Maybe that nagging nose congestionisn’t really a cold. If your symptoms persist longer than ten days, it may be time to solve what's really ailing you.
  • Over-the-counter drugs aren’t cutting it anymore. If you’ve tried OTC drugs like Clartin or Zyrtec and still need relief, talk with a doctor about alternative treatments, such as prescription medications.
  • You have additional health concerns. Over-the-counter allergy drugs may not be safe for pregnant women, children, or people with high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, glaucoma or hyperthyroidism. Always talk to a doctor before you start taking new medications.