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253-02 147 AVE. Rosedale, NY
NEW YORK, 253-02 147 AVE. Rosedale, NY 11422 New York
Dr. Dwayne E. Rollins, Md.
Dr. Rollins is an excellent doctor. He took the time to discuss my allergies/sinus issues, in addition to even showing me a diagram of what was going on with my sinuses. Most doctors don't take the time to explain in detail, but he was really thorough. My sinus related issues are finally subsiding thanks to Dr. Rollins. An intelligent and compassionate doctor who does his work with skill and grace. His office reflects him, well-run and reasonable. I Would highly recommend him! Thank you, Dr. Rollins.... Dr. Rollins is incredibly knowledgeable and answers all questions asked of him in a way that is understandable to patients. I couldn't be more pleased. His staff is pleasant and incredibly helpful. I highly recommend Dr. Rollins.... I had the pleasure to visit Dr. Rollins today for the first time regarding an ongoing congestion issue. He was very thorough, informative, very pleasant and caring. I highly recommend Dr. Rollins to anyone who needs to see an ENT....
Rating: 5 / 5 stars

ALLERGY TO FLOWERS AND GRASS POLLEN

In spring, grasses and flowers begin to revive, releasing copious amounts of pollen into the air and bringing misery for many allergy and asthma sufferers. Seasonal allergies keep many people indoors in hopes of avoiding pollens. Indeed, staying indoors does reduce one’s exposure, particularly if electrostatic air intake filters are used to keep the indoor environment clean.

When going outdoors, remember that pollen levels are highest in the morning, and gradually subside as the day goes on. For those who are not willing or able to stay indoors, prescription antihistamines, decongestants, and anti-inflammatory medications help to reduce symptoms. Immunotherapy (allergy shots) reduce the body’s sensitivity to allergens over a period of time.

Accurate diagnosis is important before getting treatment. During the spring months, both tree and grass pollen is widespread. Additionally, allergic reactions resulting from freshly cut lawns can be attributed to both grass pollen allergies and mold allergies.

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