Beconase hay fever nasal spray - 2 for £6 @ Boots
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Beconase hay fever nasal spray - 2 for £6 @ Boots

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LocalFound 20th Apr
100 sprays 2 for £6. One costs £5.99 at boots.
£5.29 at Superdrug for 1
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Anyone else read 'baconaisse nasal spray' ? Yum
Edited by: "theADDict" 20th Apr
fyi its a £3 add on item if anyone is ordering stuff from amazon and is over £20 limit:

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How does this benefit over tablets? And can it be used with tablets.

I use Citrazine or Loratadine 1 a day from middle of June - end July although I still get the odd sniffle.

Any advice will not be taken as doctors advice before someone chirps in.
GlentoranMark55 m ago

How does this benefit over tablets? And can it be used with tablets.I use …How does this benefit over tablets? And can it be used with tablets.I use Citrazine or Loratadine 1 a day from middle of June - end July although I still get the odd sniffle.Any advice will not be taken as doctors advice before someone chirps in.



I also take Cetirizine, which keeps the hayfever at bay mostly. However when the pollen really gets going it's not enough:

Last year during a meal with my girlfriend, with little to no warning, great volumes of mucus began to gush incessantly from my nostrils (attractive!). After this episode I decided I could not put up with the symptoms any longer, at which point I discovered this product. Used as directed it put a stop to the flow, no ill effects noticed and I carried on with the Cetirizine.

Later I also tried some Optrex eye drops with crotamiton, and armed with these three products virtually all symptoms were controlled successfully, allowing me to actually enjoy being outside in the warm weather.
pigeon849 m ago

I also take Cetirizine, which keeps the hayfever at bay mostly. However …I also take Cetirizine, which keeps the hayfever at bay mostly. However when the pollen really gets going it's not enough: Last year during a meal with my girlfriend, with little to no warning, great volumes of mucus began to gush incessantly from my nostrils (attractive!). After this episode I decided I could not put up with the symptoms any longer, at which point I discovered this product. Used as directed it put a stop to the flow, no ill effects noticed and I carried on with the Cetirizine. Later I also tried some Optrex eye drops with crotamiton, and armed with these three products virtually all symptoms were controlled successfully, allowing me to actually enjoy being outside in the warm weather.



As a child (I'm 50 now), my Mum never treated me, I don't blame her as knowledge wasn't just a quick Google. I'd have scratched my eyes out with barbed wire.

Tablets mostly help but there are days when I suspect an exact dose is required and 1 tablet isn't enough.

BTW symptoms do become lesser with age.

Thanks for your help and will get this.
theADDict20th Apr

Anyone else read 'baconaisse nasal spray' ? Yum


Yup

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GlentoranMark4 h, 35 m ago

How does this benefit over tablets? And can it be used with tablets.I use …How does this benefit over tablets? And can it be used with tablets.I use Citrazine or Loratadine 1 a day from middle of June - end July although I still get the odd sniffle.Any advice will not be taken as doctors advice before someone chirps in.



Nasal spray in addition to oral antihistamines is basically for rapid action and aimed at clearing nasal congestion only (just like the eye drops are for eye relief only). I am a chronic sufferer and OTC stuff is totally ineffective. I take Fexofenadine along with Avamys nasal spray (prescription). During peak season, I also have to take eye drops and Lloyd Pharmacy's allergy reliever. .....
theADDict20th Apr

Anyone else read 'baconaisse nasal spray' ? Yum


"Bacon nose" is probably what you have if you need this
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