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Your constant runny nose, itchy eyes, wheezing, shortness of breath, and recurring colds are often the symptoms of allergies. Learn what's causing these and other symptoms.Learn More
Is it a cold? Or do you have allergies?
Allergy symptoms occur when your immune system overreacts to something that is harmless to most people but triggers a reaction in anyone sensitive to it. A seasonal cold, a recurring runny nose or cough or feeling bloated or having intestinal distress after eating can all be symptoms of allergies. Do you regularly experience any of the symptoms below?
How do you know whether your sneezing is caused by having a cold or by allergies?
Itchy & Irritated Eyes
Red, irritated, itchy eyes are often a clear sign of seasonal or environmental allergies.
Coughing & Congestion
A chronic dry cough lasting more than a couple weeks may be a symptom of allergies or asthma
Skin Rashes & Hives
It can be hard to know whether your rash is a sign of an allergic reaction or not.
Feeling Poor After Eating
Does your body feel bad after eating? This can be a sign that you have food allergies.
Wheezing & Asthma
Asthma is most often associated with wheezing. However allergies are another common cause.
Meet Our Docs
Dr. Richard Horbal
As a child Dr. Horbal had fairly severe allergies that weren’t found by his pediatrician. And his consistent cough turned out to be asthma. It wasn’t until weeks later when his allergies were properly diagnosed by allergy specialist that his life changed forever.
Dr. Horbal has served the people of the Tri-City area since the early 1980's. In many cases he's cared for three generations of family members.Continue Reading
Dr. Jonathan Horbal
Dr. Horbal has compassion for what his patients go through – he has allergies too. As a matter of fact, he takes the same medications he prescribes to his patients.
He knows that allergies cause fatigue, headaches, rashes, and consistent runny noses – among a number of other symptoms. It’s his mission to help his patients feel better.Continue Reading