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woe is me... hayfever.. any tips?

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again hayfever has hit and again im sure its worse than last year...my left eye is all swollen! eew! nose is constanlty snotty..throat hurts.... and this is after using eye drops and meds prescribed t… Read More
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
again hayfever has hit and again im sure its worse than last year...my left eye is all swollen! eew! nose is constanlty snotty..throat hurts.... and this is after using eye drops and meds prescribed to me by a consultant a few years back! clarityn and al dont work..i use telfast (fexofenadine)

hate hayfever.... u actually feel terrible and theres nowt u can do really!

booo...anyone got any tips to ease the suffering
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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1 Like #1
Put a smear of vaseline around the insides of your nostrils - it catches pollen grains and fewer of them get through. Not pretty but quite effective.
1 Like #2
Eat honey that is made locally to you, it has to be as local as possible (less than 50 mile radius from your home). The bees collect the pollen from your local area and over time gives you immunity from the allergens. Called Allergy Immunotherapy.

Hope it helps
1 Like #3
Does the local honey thing work? Have heard of this before but not tried it.
I use Beconase nasal spray & works reasonably well.
#4
Honey thing works for us, we can get honey which is made about 2 miles away from our house. I think it will probably be increasingly less effective the further away it is from cos it won't contain the local pollen to your house.
1 Like #5
Piriton always works for me :)
#6
My little boys 4 and he had swollen, watery, itchy (sticky at times) eyes week or two ago and I was really worried because I hadn't a clue what it was and I don't know anybody with heyfever so didn't kow what I was looking for. But yes, that's what the doc said. I'm gutted for him - it's bad enough anyway but when it's a child.... well I really feel for him. They've given him eyedrops but don't eem to do a lot!
#7
I feel for you, I know what it's like. I wear wrap-around sunglasses whenever I go out, which helps with my eyes. Also, I take the anti-histamin tablets every day, EVEN when I think I will be fine. Haven't tried the local honey thing, but that's interesting. The vaseline tip is a good one too, haven't tried that one yet.
If my eyes are sore I use a cold gel pack from the freezer, helps to soothe it.
#8
Puffy eyes, runny nose and a flemmy cough......... mmmmm sexy! :p


My hayfever has eased off the last few years, the vaseline up the nose is good :thumbsup:


BTW, Tesco doing 2 for 1 on some hayfever tab's.
#9
poor u! hope u get better soon.
#10
hannah19790
My little boys 4 and he had swollen, watery, itchy (sticky at times) eyes week or two ago and I was really worried because I hadn't a clue what it was and I don't know anybody with heyfever so didn't kow what I was looking for. But yes, that's what the doc said. I'm gutted for him - it's bad enough anyway but when it's a child.... well I really feel for him. They've given him eyedrops but don't eem to do a lot!



awww thats awful for him... hugs


owlass
Puffy eyes, runny nose and a flemmy cough......... mmmmm sexy! :p


My hayfever has eased off the last few years, the vaseline up the nose is good :thumbsup:


BTW, Tesco doing 2 for 1 on some hayfever tab's.


wow ur hayfever eased up...hate u! yeah i look a STATE at the minute!not very nice.....

thanks for all th tips..ive heard the honey one as welll....but thats long term more so inst it... will try the vaseline i guess..thanks....sadie sadly piriton does sod all for me!! :p
#11
If you don't mind injections, you can get an injection for it to help fight the affects of hayfever off! :thumbsup:
#12
Special hug for magicbeans xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx their is this stuff that begings with E. can't remember the name . you get it in health shops . helps build the imune system ajnd helps fight hay fever. I give it to my Lydia she suffers hayfever xx
#13
Jelly
If you don't mind injections, you can get an injection for it to help fight the affects of hayfever off! :thumbsup:


had that when i was 17 i think.... never again..put weight on and worst of all... i had realy heavy periods for a whole month!! really messed up my hormones!

thanks :)

juciy ur back! bless lil lydia has it :(
#14
:shock: :shock: :shock: [SIZE="6"]too much info!!![/SIZE]
#15
owlass
:shock: :shock: :shock: [SIZE="6"]too much info!!![/SIZE]


haha!!! how to scare a man...chat about ur [SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]PERIODS[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#16
Wear eye protection - some sort of glasses, when you're outside. ( Optimum would be those wrap around safety goggles you wear in the lab - I'm sure you know the ones I mean - but prob too outlandish for anything other than in the garden!!)
#17
Check this info too from Martin's Moneysaving tips

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/health/cheap-hayfever-remedies
#18
juicyx
Special hug for magicbeans xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx their is this stuff that begings with E. can't remember the name . you get it in health shops . helps build the imune system ajnd helps fight hay fever. I give it to my Lydia she suffers hayfever xx


Echinae? Or summat like that?
#19
It sounds pretty bad. I recommend seeing a homeopath. My wife was totally cured of Eczema after seeing one, and I've heard they can be good for Hay Fever. It can be expensive, but it sounds like it would be worth it.
Make sure you get a recommendation from someone in your area - even your GP should be able to recommend one, and phone the Homeopath up to ask what they can do for you.
#20
I agree, im dying!
#21
So have sufferers found theirs has gone worse over the past couple of days? I don't get it that badly, but either I'm having a bit of a hit of it, or I'm getting a cold! But it doesn't feel like a cold...
#22
LaoTzu
Honey thing works for us, we can get honey which is made about 2 miles away from our house. I think it will probably be increasingly less effective the further away it is from cos it won't contain the local pollen to your house.


Works really well on AM too he used to suffer really bad but not so much now unless we are away from our local area.
1 Like #23
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]I suffer just the same and rub my eyes so much that I end up with what look like blisters over the eyeball! I was taking Telfast but this year the doctor changed it and now taking Cetirizine Hydrochloride and a nasal spray Rynacrom and eye drops but have tried the vaseline thing around the nostrils and I really think it works plus have been taking the tablets every evening about 7pm for 3 months![/SIZE][/FONT]
1 Like #24
dont hang ur washing outside! my docs best top tip ever!
#25
can hayfever be confused for a cold? ... hot eyes, chesty and tickly cough, bad throat, feelin flushed, runny nose, sneezing .. nauseous... oh, and a delightful coldsore ... ?
#26
yellowsticker
can hayfever be confused for a cold? ... hot eyes, chesty and tickly cough, bad throat, feelin flushed, runny nose, sneezing .. nauseous... oh, and a delightful coldsore ... ?


Sounds more like the menopause to me :) - Dr G
Would you like me to take a look ?:oops:
1 Like #27
Im dying today! :(
1 Like #28
The best thing to do is bathe your nose and eyes in cold water to wash all the pollen away.
For the nose, vaseline around the lining of your nose catches the pollen.
#29
Lulu'sMammy
Im dying today! :(

:idea:
Poor thing ... try putting some vaseline round your nose ... wear sun glasses and even a hat can help
#30
Sat here with cold cotton wool pads on my eyes, 2 bits of tissue, one bunged in each nostril and in knickers and vest coz im ROASTING which stresses me out and i sweat more!!
#31
Lulu'sMammy
Sat here with cold cotton wool pads on my eyes, 2 bits of tissue, one bunged in each nostril and in knickers and vest coz im ROASTING which stresses me out and i sweat more!!


Sounds really s e x y J - bet you don't feel it though :cry:
#32
And i dont look it!! Especially when ive just found some crisps from earlier down my bra....and i ate them :)
1 Like #33
Lulu'sMammy
And i dont look it!! Especially when ive just found some crisps from earlier down my bra....and i ate them :)


soft and warm were they - pmsl

Won't ask why you put crisps down your bra :lol:
#34
Echinacea is sometimes good but it is more for colds than hayfever.
Any sunglasses on helps......
#35
Lulu'sMammy
And i dont look it!! Especially when ive just found some crisps from earlier down my bra....and i ate them :)



..........they were scabs ya dozy moo :roll:
#36
owlass
..........they were scabs ya dozy moo :roll:

Still tasted nice....tasted like mcoys oriental rib...yum yum!
#37
Lulu'sMammy
Still tasted nice....tasted like mcoys oriental rib...yum yum!



dirty sod :p ....................... what's ya av now! :?
#38
owlass
dirty sod :p ....................... what's ya av now! :?

Me at work :) Like it?
#39
Lulu'sMammy
Me at work :) Like it?



no and it aint you, whoever in the pic has fake boobs :roll:
#40
owlass
no and it aint you, whoever in the pic has fake boobs :roll:

It is me, and yes your right!

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