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Old 04-11-2010, 09:05 PM
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Nope! Not pregnant. I googled all day and looked on webmd for the possible causes--trust me I am a recovering hypochondriac but some habits are just hard to break. I honestly think it was the pollen. I have a 40 ft oak tree in my front yard, and my neighborhood is full of them. There is still a green coating on everything in my back yard. I've never had any major problems with oak before, as I have with cedar, but like someone else said, you throw enough of that pollen on something, it's bound to cause problems.
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Old 04-11-2010, 09:26 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX via San Antonio, TX
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Just visited the Austin/San Antonio area and after the second day I got really sick. Sore throat, sinuses congested, fatigue and overall just plain felt lousy. Could that have been brought on by an allergy to the oak or cedar? Wow...if so I guess I can't come to Texas in the spring. Beautiful state otherwise.
So sorry for the horrible welcome! Most definitely why you felt horrible.
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Old 04-12-2010, 06:19 AM
 
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Day 3 of oak pollen allergy induced FEVER and flu-like symptoms for my 10yod. She is SICK!!! 8yod had it for 2 days last week and is still feeling crummy. Doc prescribed Nasonex and Singular, along with otc zyrtex. It helps, but DANG! My poor girls! Yet another thing that makes me wanna move back to Phoenix! (although, there's plenty of allergens there, too.)
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