30 Days Allergy & Hayfever Relief Cetirizine Tabs Just 58p! plus p&p - HotUKDeals
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Cetirizine can be used to prevent and treat allergic conditions such as hayfever and allergic skin reactions. Exposure to pollen, pet fur, house dust or insect bites can cause the body to produce histamine. Cetirizine relieve the symptoms of histamine.

Delivery is £2.95 for mainland UK.
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banned#1
its for wimps!
#2
I doubt these would work for me (not saying they wouldn't)

But i've tried nearly all off the shelf hayfever products and nothing seems to work.

Tried Tablets, Nasal Spray and Syrup, also tried Herbal versions, again no effect

I tend to get the symptons around the end of May till the end of July, starts with a really tickly throat and sneezing, runny nose.

Anyone recommend anything else? i'm open to anything now as my next step is my GP
#3
if you had hayfever you would'nt be saying that, *****
#4
blackster
I doubt these would work for me (not saying they wouldn't)

But i've tried nearly all off the shelf hayfever products and nothing seems to work.

Tried Tablets, Nasal Spray and Syrup, also tried Herbal versions, again no effect

I tend to get the symptons around the end of May till the end of July, starts with a really tickly throat and sneezing, runny nose.

Anyone recommend anything else? i'm open to anything now as my next step is my GP


Try Telfast. Its a relatively new anti-histamine but works well. None of the others touch me but this works a treat. Not sure if its over the counter or prescription only but its worth a try ;-)
#5
go to our gp and get the injection m8. I still need some tablets but at least i can see
#6
I have seen this somedays back....so not hot for me, sorry..
#7
Work of caution with Chemist Direct, they do not meet their delivery claim. The company strongly suggests next day delivery if you order before 2pm, but I was left waiting 5 days and they never replied to any of my emails or gave any reasons for the delay. Very annoying as you have to sign for the package so you need to make sure someone is available. Some well priced stuff but most of it you can get just as cheap from Superdrug. Just my experience, others may have faired better. Goods all arrived well packaged, eventually!
#8
I'd be very cautious ordering too-cheap-to-be-true drugs from the internet...
#9
Telfast is prescription medicine and ?I have laos heard it works quite well.
I use Benedryl myself and it works fine but I am starting to feel it isnt as affective as before so might have to move over to Telfast.
#10
Hi,
I am surprised that these have made it to the board. They are not 58p at all. The cost of posting these is about 20p, Therefore the cost of the pills is about £3.00, allowing a few pence for packaging. You can buy a similar product over the counter for the same amount. A lot of E-deals, particularly on Ebay use over inflated postage prices to boost the profits!
Just a thought.
banned#11
trenchn
Hi,
I am surprised that these have made it to the board. They are not 58p at all. The cost of posting these is about 20p, Therefore the cost of the pills is about £3.00, allowing a few pence for packaging. You can buy a similar product over the counter for the same amount. A lot of E-deals, particularly on Ebay use over inflated postage prices to boost the profits!
Just a thought.



If you bear in mind that these are for 30 tablets, and in Boots etc you'll pay £3+ just for seven brand-name tablets ... seems a good deal to me
#12
Cetirizine Dihydrochloride
(Zirtek) Boots: £2.71 (2 for 1)
ASDA: £2 Asda: 58p
Superdrug: 72p
Morrisons Home Bargains: 69p
Sainsburys/Boots/ASDA: 98p

Loratadine
(Clarityn) Tescos/Morrisons: £2.70 (2 for 1)
Superdrug: £2.75 (2 for 1) Tesco/Home Bargains: 69p
Morrisons: 87p
Boots/ASDA/Superdrug: 98p

Chlorophenamine
(Piriton) Boots: £3.15 (pack of 30) Sainsbury's: £1.99 (pack of 30)
Benadryl
(Acrivastine) Superdrug: £5.99 (pack of 24)
Tesco: £6 (pack of 24)
#13
Hi,
I take your point that the drugs are a good deal, although no better than can be got at some other retailers, but the point that I am making is that they are not as good a deal as you might first think. I get really cross with companies that sell stuff really cheaply and then rip you off for the postage. Some even have the temerity to charge an "admin" fee if you want to collect stuff!
#14
Neo-Clarityn is what gets me through. It's prescription though
#15
Bacardi
go to our gp and get the injection m8. I still need some tablets but at least i can see


The injection should really be a treatment of last resort as it can have some fairly nasty side effects. This dude hasn't been to his GP which should really be the next step so he can get allergen tested and access to a specialist if necessary etc.
#16
i take a weeks course of corticosteroid tablets which sort me out for pollen season, just finished it a couple weeks ago

its called prednisolone and i was on 20mg a day (4x5mg)

worked great for a couple years now, i used to have all the brand antihistamine tablets/eyedrops and they werent very effective

tried to get the injection but they said it was too risky to give it to new patients
#17
blackster
I doubt these would work for me (not saying they wouldn't)

But i've tried nearly all off the shelf hayfever products and nothing seems to work.

Tried Tablets, Nasal Spray and Syrup, also tried Herbal versions, again no effect

I tend to get the symptons around the end of May till the end of July, starts with a really tickly throat and sneezing, runny nose.

Anyone recommend anything else? i'm open to anything now as my next step is my GP


goto your doctors and ask if you can try 'DesLoratadine' they are a derivative of Loratadine (Clarityn) but seem to work a lot better for me that Loratadine.
#18
Bacardi
go to our gp and get the injection m8. I still need some tablets but at least i can see


I was told they banned the injection several years ago
#19
just buy in town for the same price, these have been cheap for years

even your local surgery will tell you can get them for under 99p
#20
WARNING: there customer service is terrible, ordered an item in error, sent email to ask for cancellation, still no refund no reply no item. dont answer phone dont get back after leaving message. NOT GOOD

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