Hayfever / Allergies - Cetirizine Hydrochloride 30 tablets 69p a pack (£1.99 del) - £10.27 for 12 month supply @ Chemist 4 U
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Hayfever / Allergies - Cetirizine Hydrochloride 30 tablets 69p a pack (£1.99 del) - £10.27 for 12 month supply @ Chemist 4 U

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Found 27th Mar 2017
69p a pack. Not worth getting a single pack with the £1.99 delivery charge. I've stocked up with a full 12 months supply.

6 packs - £6.13
12 pack - £10.27
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4 months supply was £2.79 only last week
ive had this stuff in a cupboard for 4 years and it still works. ive found my hayfever diminishing as i get older but still get the occasional bad day.
Regprentice

ive had this stuff in a cupboard for 4 years and it still works. ive … ive had this stuff in a cupboard for 4 years and it still works. ive found my hayfever diminishing as i get older but still get the occasional bad day.



I took some last week that expired in 2005 and it still seemed to work okay
My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the doctors. So far this year they ain't working
Rid1

My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the … My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the doctors. So far this year they ain't working


I share your pain. How does one qualify for imunotherapy?
Rid1

My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the … My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the doctors. So far this year they ain't working



Try nettle tea works very well for me, best thing I ever tried.
m1chaels

I share your pain. How does one qualify for imunotherapy?



Move to Scotland or Wales?
it's that time of year again!
I still have some of these from 2 years ago.
They work ok for me, but they do make me unbelievably drowsy. I'm like an extra from The Walking Dead by 6pm.
Now that the NHS can no longer prescribe hayfever tablets, I'd stock up.
nascent

Now that the NHS can no longer prescribe hayfever tablets, I'd stock up.



Why would they? With the prescription charge it's cheaper to buy your own.
Rid1

My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the … My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the doctors. So far this year they ain't working


I was prescribed fexofenadine 180mg a couple of years ago and have found them to be absolutely useless! Have gone back to piriton and cetirizine and the joke is doctors won't prescribe these now.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 28th Mar 2017
ollie87

Why would they? With the prescription charge it's cheaper to buy your own.


Not if you're exempt through age or prepayment prescription.
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Jaybeam

I was prescribed fexofenadine 180mg a couple of years ago and have found … I was prescribed fexofenadine 180mg a couple of years ago and have found them to be absolutely useless! Have gone back to piriton and cetirizine and the joke is doctors won't prescribe these now.



​I was prescribed them 2 years ago, they just randomly stopped working now
Rid1

My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the … My hayfever is really bad, had to get prescribed Fexofenadine from the doctors. So far this year they ain't working



​By doctor or consultant? I know consultants can prescribe up to 4x the dose to get the job done!
Hey, just wanted to add. I went to an immunologist recently and just want to share. Apparently Fexofenadine only lasts up to 18 hours and are strictly 1 a day. (I was taking this for food allergy but it didn't touch my hayfever symptoms at all.) Therefore there are 6 hours where it doesn't work. Cetrizine lasts up to 36 hours so overall more effective. My Immunologist consultant has tried to refer me for desensitization. (Fingers crossed for that) He mentioned it is safe enough to take 2 Cetirizine tablets a day to ease the hayfever symptoms.
hope that helps.
Donna2009

Hey, just wanted to add. I went to an immunologist recently and just want … Hey, just wanted to add. I went to an immunologist recently and just want to share. Apparently Fexofenadine only lasts up to 18 hours and are strictly 1 a day. (I was taking this for food allergy but it didn't touch my hayfever symptoms at all.) Therefore there are 6 hours where it doesn't work. Cetrizine lasts up to 36 hours so overall more effective. My Immunologist consultant has tried to refer me for desensitization. (Fingers crossed for that) He mentioned it is safe enough to take 2 Cetirizine tablets a day to ease the hayfever symptoms.hope that helps.



​are you going to have a micro array test to find which foods you are sensitive to?
I've had severe hayfever all my life, nothing has been as effective as Benadryl plus, it's expensive, yes (around £5.50 for 12 tablets, can take up to 3 tablets a day) but it completely deminishes my hayfever, not even a sniff of it. Only downside is that you're not advised to drink alcohol whilst taking them.
£9.40 in the chemist 4u eBay store.
Canny deal, however their website is soooooo slow. Heat added
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