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whats the best tablets for hayfever.

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
hi, my fella has really bad hayfever , which are the best tablets you can buy.
thanks steph.
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Hiya - its rubbish having hayfever, Magicbeans was asking for tips last week, here is the link

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/192574/woe-is-me-hayfever-any-tips/
#2
For me Cetirizine Dihydrochloride works. This is a one a day tablet sold at Asda and Tesco under their own brand name - about 10 pence per tablet. And remember as he's a bloke you must tend to his every whim at this time - it's almost as debiliating as man flu lol
#3
nikkib123
Hiya - its rubbish having hayfever, Magicbeans was asking for tips last week, here is the link

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/192574/woe-is-me-hayfever-any-tips/


thanks
#4
crd67
For me Cetirizine Dihydrochloride works. This is a one a day tablet sold at Asda and Tesco under their own brand name - about 10 pence per tablet. And remember as he's a bloke you must tend to his every whim at this time - it's almost as debiliating as man flu lol


tell me about it, lol.
#5
Also - http://www.hotukdeals.com/search?action=search&keywords=neilmed&x=27&y=9 has expired - I got 3 of these when the offer was available and are very useful and cheaper than the alternative you can still get the product but now have to pay £2.95 postage.
(One alternative is Sterimar - is a saline nasal sparay and is great but is about £6.00 from boots so a bit pricey) -
#7
i find the non-drowsy one a day type (containing loratadine or something) are the best - the other one a day ones sort the hayfever out but leave me like a zombie (even more so than usual!)
#8
Hey, have you tried The Lloyds Pharmacy Nasal Allergy reliever for £14.99? Apparently its been working for a lot of people this year and last. I'm going to buy one as i've started getting symptoms (thought I was magically immune this year). :x

http://www.enjoymoresummer.com/Pages/Page.aspx?PageName=LloydsAllergyReliefHome
#9
crd67
For me Cetirizine Dihydrochloride works. This is a one a day tablet sold at Asda and Tesco under their own brand name - about 10 pence per tablet. And remember as he's a bloke you must tend to his every whim at this time - it's almost as debiliating as man flu lol


yer this what i use and it works like a charm and its cheaper than other big name brands so yer its good stuff:-D:thumbsup:
#10
I use to get Telfast from my doctor and they worked great but were stopped due to people getting heart problems. Now I can't find nothing that works 100% and still suffer after taking various other ones.

A couple of paracetamol helps.

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