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    the fact that they've cut the grass today and now I cant have my window opens because of allergies but it's too warm to not have them open -.-

    ugh I think I spontaneously developed hayfever last year and I hate it >.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosasaurr View Post
    the fact that they've cut the grass today and now I cant have my window opens because of allergies but it's too warm to not have them open -.-

    ugh I think I spontaneously developed hayfever last year and I hate it >.<
    I only had it for the first time a few years ago, more annoying is that I don't even get it every year so it's just guesswork as to whether it's going to show up or not!
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    There's a reason you don't get it every year! Some people are only sensitive to certain pollens, rather than pollen in general. Plants work on a multi year cycle, so if pollen A accounts for, say, 60% of the pollen one year it might only be 10% for the next two years, while pollen B might be dominant those two years. If you're only sensitive to pollen A, you'll only get hay fever once every three years.

    That's such a goofy way of explaining it, I'm sorry. >_< But it's why I only get hayfever about once every six years or so.
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    I started with a contact allergy to grass (Weird I know) when I was in school but now I think it's turned in to mild hayfever as being around grass that's been cut just makes me sneeze and makes my lungs itch >.< and I'm on the ground floor so there's grass right next to my window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesterxlady View Post
    There's a reason you don't get it every year! Some people are only sensitive to certain pollens, rather than pollen in general. Plants work on a multi year cycle, so if pollen A accounts for, say, 60% of the pollen one year it might only be 10% for the next two years, while pollen B might be dominant those two years. If you're only sensitive to pollen A, you'll only get hay fever once every three years.

    That's such a goofy way of explaining it, I'm sorry. >_< But it's why I only get hayfever about once every six years or so.
    Ooh, no that's actually really awesome. I had hayfever really bad a few years back but nothing since (bar the odd sniffle) yet I'm getting a bit wheezy and sneezy again this year. Never thought about this being the reason
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesterxlady View Post
    There's a reason you don't get it every year! Some people are only sensitive to certain pollens, rather than pollen in general. Plants work on a multi year cycle, so if pollen A accounts for, say, 60% of the pollen one year it might only be 10% for the next two years, while pollen B might be dominant those two years. If you're only sensitive to pollen A, you'll only get hay fever once every three years.

    That's such a goofy way of explaining it, I'm sorry. >_< But it's why I only get hayfever about once every six years or so.
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    we have a major fly problem.

    so, naturally, it's a good idea to leave 10 empty cans of cider on the side. It looks like a bloody airport D:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosasaurr View Post
    I started with a contact allergy to grass (Weird I know) when I was in school but now I think it's turned in to mild hayfever as being around grass that's been cut just makes me sneeze and makes my lungs itch >.< and I'm on the ground floor so there's grass right next to my window.
    I have the contact allergy to grass too. But only when it's freshly cut! I only he verrrryyy mild hayfever though.
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