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9/12/13 12:13 P

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When the pollen count is high, my asthma problems come to the forefront. It is with change in weather, rain/storms coming that my RA flares. There is lots of mold and mildew.

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9/12/13 11:57 A

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I feel that I do too but I also know that we have our central air on low all summer long and into the fall. That helps tremendously with our allergies with not having the windows open. And I know that we sleep tons better at night. So with all that, I feel that my pain is more tolerable.

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9/12/13 11:11 A

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I noticed for myself that when mold, mildew and pollen count is high I hurt so much more. Anyone else notice this?

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