SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -

Infections along with allergies are the big culprits at doctors’ offices across the Ozarks this week.

In Branson, a lot of people are coming into the Cox Health Urgent Care for infections.

Specifically doctors are seeing people for strep throat and mono.

Symptoms of mono include severe fatigue, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes and a fever.

In Forsyth, allergies is the name of the game.

All the rain we've seen over the past couple of weeks has made mold especially high.

The best thing for allergy sufferers is to use over-the-counter allergy medication.

Doctors say if you have complications like sinus infections or you use allergy medicine for more than a month, see your doctor or an allergist.

In Bolivar, doctors are seeing an increase in sinus infections and bronchitis.

Bronchitis is a respiratory illness that effects the lungs.

Symptoms include a cough that won't go away, chest discomfort, and wheezing.

If you feel sick and have a high fever that last more than 48 hours or symptoms that don't go away in a couple of days you should see your doctor.