Jennifer Monroy, MD, talks with KSDK News Channel 5 about spring allergies

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You may be cheering on the warm weather, but your sinuses are not. Rising temperatures mean trees are getting the cue to release pollen. “We tell our patients to come in and see us around February, for those that do notice earlier spring season,” Monroy said. “Around Feb. 14, so Valentine’s Day is probably a good time to start monitoring what is out in the air and starting some of their medications to help treat for their spring allergy season.”