6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery - £2.89 @ Pharmacy First
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6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery - £2.89 @ Pharmacy First

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Great price

Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a result of the hayfever attack, i am on antibiotics. Every year this time.mu hayfever turns into this huge chest problem. Weak immune system i guess.

android is telling me I need to set a credential storage password when clicking checkout on my phone, odd

hot deal

iceboy

Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a … Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a result of the hayfever attack, i am on antibiotics. Every year this time.mu hayfever turns into this huge chest problem. Weak immune system i guess.



Might be worth a chat with your Doctor about a nasal spray. I had a very similar issue a few years ago and was prescribed Nasonex. It works a treat for me.

Code has expired so you have to spend over £40 for free delivery.

I bought these before (I think 2 years ago via HUKD) and still have 1/2 a box, seem to work - Topping up now, going 1/2's with a mate

PlanetP

Code has expired so you have to spend over £40 for free delivery.


There is no code, I have just this minute checked out and it was free delivery as stated on there page?6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery

£2.89
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square72

[quote=PlanetP] Code has expired so you have to spend over £40 for free … [quote=PlanetP] Code has expired so you have to spend over £40 for free delivery.

There is no code, I have just this minute checked out and it was free delivery as stated on there page?6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery
£2.89
Your listing states: "Seems cheap Pharmacyfirst voucher codes:Free delivery - HAY15"?

PlanetP

There is no code, I have just this minute checked out and it was free … There is no code, I have just this minute checked out and it was free delivery as stated on there page?6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery£2.89Your listing states: "Seems cheap Pharmacyfirst voucher codes:Free delivery - HAY15"?


Sorry? I don't understand your post. What do you mean by my listing? I haven't listed anything? I have just checked out with no code as I stated above?
Edited by: "square72" 16th Apr 2015

I've just paid 2.89 for this, and my complete order states 'free shipping' despite the voucher having expired.

heat added

You can't add anything else to the basket or they charge shipping. Just get these and it's free even without the code.

They always have a offer on. Sometimes its for a years supply, got these last year and it saved me money.

2 lots (12 month) £5.78 delivered...........thats good enough for me...............

remember if in Scotland you can get these on prescription for free. Most likely wont need an appointment just phone peactice and put in a request

I paid £8 for these from Pharmacy First in November and I thought that was a good deal. Hot from me

It doesn't matter, but please note that occasionally you won't get Cetrizine Hydrochloride, but Cetrizine DiHydrochrloride, there's no real difference as Cetrizine is the main "ingredient", but the box/brand is different. Still works fine.

Been ordering off this site for years, and sometimes I find when they have the ludicrously cheap deals you end up with the DiHydrochrloride (with unknown brand) instead of Hydrochrloride from BristolLabs.

Hot! Pity the website is crashing for me

Finlab

remember if in Scotland you can get these on prescription for free. Most … remember if in Scotland you can get these on prescription for free. Most likely wont need an appointment just phone peactice and put in a request



Is it really worth calling up the surgery to request a prescription, collecting the prescription (unless you are signed up to EPS) , going to the pharmacy to dispense and finally go back home. Just for a month supply?

Worked for me last year... cant load the site now.. just me?

Zer0

Worked for me last year... cant load the site now.. just me?



Same here but I am at work so assumed it could be a block from here.

The site has crashed.

thanks. Just ordered site slow as heck though :P

mclgannm

Might be worth a chat with your Doctor about a nasal spray. I had a very … Might be worth a chat with your Doctor about a nasal spray. I had a very similar issue a few years ago and was prescribed Nasonex. It works a treat for me.


They worked a bit for me but the drowsiness which goes into the next day is too big a price. Eye drops and nasal spray are my choice but this is a good price for them. Good find

These are what my doctor prescribed and they are great, Hopefully the site will be back up soon and price is the same.

Chesham on here recommended Fexofenadine which I have just started but gets very good reviews. 28 quid for 2 months worth from lloyds pharmacy.
Ive tried lots of different drugs (and also some hayfever medication! ) and the cheap Cetrizine and similar didnt do anything for me. No point saving a few quid if it doesnt solve the problem. Anyone who suffers from hayfever gets my utmost sympathy, it can be debilitating at times during June July for me.

iceboy

Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a … Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a result of the hayfever attack, i am on antibiotics. Every year this time.mu hayfever turns into this huge chest problem. Weak immune system i guess.


Quite the opposite: your immune system is working too effectively and producing the histamine that causes your symptoms. That's why you need to take antihistamines to control it. For me, though, cetirizine is not very effective AND makes me sleepy, whereas loratadine does work once I have taken it for 72 hours or so.
Edited by: "michaelsouris" 16th Apr 2015

iceboy

Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a … Do these really work? I had few boxes and started using them but now as a result of the hayfever attack, i am on antibiotics. Every year this time.mu hayfever turns into this huge chest problem. Weak immune system i guess.



best off taking Kombucha. My mum has had hayfever since forever as well as pet allergies amongst other things since I got her taking Kombucha she doesn't even need her inhaler anymore, let alone any hayfever issues.

Worth a look in oh and it's chemical free
Edited by: "alliasjay" 16th Apr 2015

davidbrent

Chesham on here recommended Fexofenadine which I have just started but … Chesham on here recommended Fexofenadine which I have just started but gets very good reviews. 28 quid for 2 months worth from lloyds pharmacy. Ive tried lots of different drugs (and also some hayfever medication! ) and the cheap Cetrizine and similar didnt do anything for me. No point saving a few quid if it doesnt solve the problem. Anyone who suffers from hayfever gets my utmost sympathy, it can be debilitating at times during June July for me.



Thanks for recommendation on Fexofenadine, I'll check it out.

One point though - the "cheap Cetirizine" bit. This is 100% the same as Zyrtec, which isn't cheap. If it doesn't work for you then it's nothing to do with the price.

The price of medicine is almost entirely down to whether it is still within the patent period or not, it's nothing to do with quality.
Edited by: "dean_brfc" 16th Apr 2015

managed to order some. Took me 30minutes as the site kept crashing.

davidbrent

Chesham on here recommended Fexofenadine which I have just started but … Chesham on here recommended Fexofenadine which I have just started but gets very good reviews. 28 quid for 2 months worth from lloyds pharmacy. Ive tried lots of different drugs (and also some hayfever medication! ) and the cheap Cetrizine and similar didnt do anything for me. No point saving a few quid if it doesnt solve the problem. Anyone who suffers from hayfever gets my utmost sympathy, it can be debilitating at times during June July for me.



Looks interesting but it says you need a prescription to purchase it. I am currently on cetirizine but it is no longer working perhaps my body has once again adapted to it.

Question for hayfever sufferers

What do you do when your tablet is no longer working ?

Do you switch brands or types? I tried read lotradine but it was not as effective and went back to Cetirizine but that barely works for me any more so currently no nose is a tap, have hives on my nose and sneezing which is always fun as we know!

Use vaseline on nose!

michaelsouris

[quote=iceboy] does work once I have taken it for 72 hours or so.



Spot on, this is where most people go wrong, they only take it when they have symptoms and then claim it doesn't work. You need to take it for the whole season without a break!

emptypocketz

Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no … Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no longer working ? Do you switch brands or types? I tried read lotradine but it was not as effective and went back to Cetirizine but that barely works for me any more so currently no nose is a tap, have hives on my nose and sneezing which is always fun as we know!


I use AllergieBlock gel, it's not cheap but works great, benadryl also works for me a lot better than cetirizine

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vaseline probably does the same though
Edited by: "dataload" 16th Apr 2015

emptypocketz

Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no … Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no longer working ? Do you switch brands or types? I tried read lotradine but it was not as effective and went back to Cetirizine but that barely works for me any more so currently no nose is a tap, have hives on my nose and sneezing which is always fun as we know!



Try a higher strength of cetirizine. That worked for me.

emptypocketz

Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no … Question for hayfever sufferers What do you do when your tablet is no longer working ? Do you switch brands or types? I tried read lotradine but it was not as effective and went back to Cetirizine but that barely works for me any more so currently no nose is a tap, have hives on my nose and sneezing which is always fun as we know!



See your Doctor and get some stronger prescription stuff...

I have perennial rhinitis (basically like hayfever all year round, nice eh!) and neither Loritadine or Cetrizine touch it anymore... couldn't tell you the name of what i use now but it works brilliantly. Definitely worth going to see the Doc if over the counter stuff not helping you..

ewanyengi

They worked a bit for me but the drowsiness which goes into the next day … They worked a bit for me but the drowsiness which goes into the next day is too big a price. Eye drops and nasal spray are my choice but this is a good price for them. Good find


Same here, I find they're more like sleeping tablets. Even though they say non drowsy they make me really sleepy

Fexofenadine is the only thing that seems to work for me. These cheap hayfever pills usually have bad side effects and are ineffective (not the case for everyone I'm sure, just speaking from personal experience).
Edited by: "andyp350" 16th Apr 2015

Kombucha Kombucha Kombucha Kombucha.

Maybe someone will notice that I've just written a 'natural chemical free cure' there for hay fever.
Congrats for the ones who have seen it.

Now go cure yourselves naturally. Your welcome
Edited by: "alliasjay" 16th Apr 2015
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