Are you curious to know if your child or toddler has allergies? Talking to your pediatrician is the best way to determine if your child or toddler has allergies.
However, there are several common signs of allergies that can be seen in both kids and toddlers. Some of these signs include the types of symptoms your child is experiencing, the timing around when these symptoms occur, whether they are caused by indoor or seasonal allergies, and genetics. Read more below!
5 Allergy Indicators
Every Parent Should Know
Running a fever is a cold symptom, not an allergy symptom. Allergy symptoms stick around longer than cold symptoms, which typically only last for 7 to 10 days.
Keep track of when your child is suffering to see what might be causing it - could it be indoor (year-around) or outdoor (seasonal) allergens?
Pollen allergies are seasonal, so if your child experiences the same symptoms at roughly the same time every year, keep track to narrow down what might be causing their symptoms.
If allergy triggers seem to be indoors, does it happen around pets or dust? Is there a difference between when they're in school or daycare?
A child has a 50% of getting allergies if one parent has them, and 75% chance of getting allergies if both parents do.
Explore our helpful Allergy Guide to learn more about kids and allergies, or discover Children’s ZYRTEC® products to help provide your child with powerful 24-hour relief that works on allergens indoors & outdoors, and all year round*.
* Source: 2021 Zyrtec and Rhinocort Toolkit