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It's getting me down a bit. I'm don't get it that bad, however throats going all dry, sniffing. Eyes aren't too bad at the mo, eyedrops are for that. I also take loratadine tablets once a day . …
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
It's getting me down a bit.
I'm don't get it that bad, however throats going all dry, sniffing.
Eyes aren't too bad at the mo, eyedrops are for that.

I also take loratadine tablets once a day .

How many of you on here have it?
And what do you do/take for it?
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Have suffered very bad for the last 18 years but this year..............touch wood, nothing yet. I also know I am tree pollen so mine is early when everything starts to flower etc. fingers crossed.
But in recent years I have used loratadine, rinolast nasal spray when it is really bad and always the eye drops.
#2
i too have suffered long term with this. I have tried many drugs, including prescription drugs, but i have found the best combination to be Certirizine Hydrochloride tablets from tesco, with sodium chromoglicate eye drops and if symptoms are really bad flixonase nasal spray.
#3
used to suffer terribly- nothing ever helped me-last 2 years tho no hayfever at all which is weird altho doctor says some people can actually "grow out of it".
#4
i have it, pretty much take anything i can get.. in the form of nasal sprays, eyedrops n pills.. nowadays its only the warmer weather i get it, (so im glad its rainy).. i get stuff from boots to the local co op. usually boots have the good offers, as im not made of money.
i cant give u any advice, just sympathy, cos it can be soo frustrating i know.
#5
I take the same as most say above, but i heard that this has helped others, have yet to try it myself, but want to get one.

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#6
Had it for years

I use Certirizine Hydrochloride which I get on repeat prescription ( 28 Days Worth ) used to be worth getting. don't know if it is cheaper to buy yourself now..
#7
grimm6
Had it for years

I use Certirizine Hydrochloride which I get on repeat prescription ( 28 Days Worth ) used to be worth getting. don't know if it is cheaper to buy yourself now..


I get a weeks worth from Wilkinsons for 70p
#8
My lad grew out of it, our doctor said it goes in 7 year cycles, don't know if it is true or not. As well as tablets and beconase he also recommended, and my son used, vaseline just inside his nose and if need be around his eyes, to stop the pollen getting up his nasal passages and into his eyes, eat locally produced honey to build up a resistance (I think). He also said to close the windows at night time as the heavier (damper) air brings the pollen down. Anyhow, good luck it used to drive him mad, his was oak tree pollen and he had an oak tree outside his bedroom window, mind you he doesn't live at home anymore and hasn't got an oak tree in his garden, hmmm.
banned#9
Used to get it really bad like Barky but past 2 yrs apart from a little itch in March I've had nothing now 26, suffered since I was 11, ruined the best years of my life.
#10
same as most people had it for a while and amazed for the last two years even though i,m out a lot every day. usually i use flixonase but try and hold off using it till i,m relly bad. claritine tablets didn,t suit me at all
banned#11
I use the certrizine hydro thingy. The cheapo 97p ones from the supermarkets are made at the same place as the big named brands then just put in a different packet.

But the thing that has had the greatest effect on me is having the flu jab every year. My tolerance level was pushed through the roof the first year I had it. Some superdrug pharmacy stores still have flu jab stocks for £10 per pop :thumbsup:

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