Loratadine 6 months supply £4.79 with free delivery at pharmacyfirst
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Loratadine 6 months supply £4.79 with free delivery at pharmacyfirst

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Found 13th Jun
6 month supply. FREE Delivery and £4.79
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Non drowsy? What's the point?
I want mine EXTRA drowsy.
RayB2 h, 7 m ago

No need to buy in Scotland and Wales as both supply free prescriptions.


I’d happily pay the £4.79 for a 6 month supply of any medicine. Rather than the NHS get charged way more.
They can keep more funds to cure the major ills I may suffer some day.
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Are these any good?
J4GG426 m ago

Are these any good?


They work for me
J4GG429 m ago

Are these any good?


According to a quick websearch they work well for certain symptoms but not for others so, as the second comment says, choose these or cetirizine, which seem to work better on the symptoms loratadine doesn't and vice versa.

I don't know what your symptoms are so best you have a look yourself and see which one fits best.
I've had these since March, no hayfever problems this year (yet)
Non drowsy? What's the point?
I want mine EXTRA drowsy.
Was waiting for this offer got it last year bargain
No need to buy in Scotland and Wales as both supply free prescriptions.
Nothing is working for me this year
DE4L3R27 m ago

Nothing is working for me this year



Make sure what you try has steroids (which you have most likely done already!). The Tesco nasal allergy spray works here.
Edited by: "rev6" 13th Jun
I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a Tesco version?
i find them great but i have no need for 6 months supply. Cheap enough bought as single packs although given this bulk deal will get you a volume cheaper and wont break the bank but cant be bothered going in for it - id just have a cluttered medicine cabinet waiting for the next hayfever season.
DE4L3R8 m ago

I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a …I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a Tesco version?


Beconase worked great for me in the beginning, but after a while the taste can get to you and it stopped working (for me anwyay
RayB2 h, 7 m ago

No need to buy in Scotland and Wales as both supply free prescriptions.


I’d happily pay the £4.79 for a 6 month supply of any medicine. Rather than the NHS get charged way more.
They can keep more funds to cure the major ills I may suffer some day.
Just ordered. I will have meds for around 6 years;)
DE4L3R4 h, 45 m ago

I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a …I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a Tesco version?



Yes
BertieWusster15 h, 39 m ago

According to a quick websearch they work well for certain symptoms but not …According to a quick websearch they work well for certain symptoms but not for others so, as the second comment says, choose these or cetirizine, which seem to work better on the symptoms loratadine doesn't and vice versa.I don't know what your symptoms are so best you have a look yourself and see which one fits best.


there is always a third option of Chlorphenamine
I found Fexofenadine worked for me, might only be prescribed though.
this year my hayfever has been very very difficult to deal with. It has been so bad that I'm going to take a steroid injection this week because I've had enough of the suffering hay fever has caused me this year. None of these tablets or sprays seem to have helped me except make me feel like I want to sleep all day.

what a horrible disease hayfever is!
RayB11 h, 37 m ago

No need to buy in Scotland and Wales as both supply free prescriptions.


I’d never heard of hay fever till I came to England after growing up in Scotland. Maybe it was the weather or maybe I was made of stronger stuff in those days. As for free prescriptions.....their choice to make.
I was at the doctors about hay fever a few weeks ago and he said Cetirizine is better. Also you can take multiple a day despite the warning. Just don't have any alcohol with them. Puts you straight to sleep.
DE4L3R10 h, 35 m ago

I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a …I need to get one of those nasal ones. Stop the tap. Beconase. Is there a Tesco version?


There might be a Tesco version but if not look for Pollenase: same thing but usually cheaper. Also try the discount stores, like B&M or Poundstretcher, as they normally have the best prices.
grumpiness4 h, 29 m ago

there is always a third option of Chlorphenamine


From what I remember, Chlorphenamine makes more people drowsy than either Cetirizine of Loratidine, but it might work better for some individuals.
If it helps anyone, I get hit hard by the drowsiness side-effect of hayfever meds, and I still suffer anyway (especially in the evening). Through years of trial and error, I've found my perfect balance.

The trick is to take a cetirizine or loratidine in the evening just after dinner. This way you sleep through the first 5 hours where the drowsy factor is at its worst, and the settled night pollen doesn't disturb your sleep (as much).

Then in the daytime, keep either a nasal spray (pirinase) or benadryl acrivastine (depending on what's on offer... both are pricey). Use it only when needed. A 30 day supply of either will usually last the whole season for me.

I also take eyedrops just before and just after bed (optrex hayfever relief), but not everyone gets itchy red eyes.

It's a faff, but worth it. With this combo, I never have more than just the odd sniffles, even on high pollen days. Oh yeah, and keep pocket tissues on you
Nothing beats a bit of Triludan with the added russian roulette thrill of a potential heart attack. That’s how we rolled in the 90’s. Millennials don’t even know they are born.
yes actually triludan did work
Spoodle14th Jun

I found Fexofenadine worked for me, might only be prescribed though.


This works for me as well, but my doctor has now stopped prescribing it because piriton works "just as well"
The same here, how long steroid infection will last? Is it through GP?
Is this website legit? Has anyone tried them before?

Boots cetrizine works very well for me, but I am tempted to give this a try because of £££
charliemike3 h, 46 m ago

Nothing beats a bit of Triludan with the added russian roulette thrill of …Nothing beats a bit of Triludan with the added russian roulette thrill of a potential heart attack. That’s how we rolled in the 90’s. Millennials don’t even know they are born.



The potential heart attack, and also the trippy hallucinations of Triludan Forte! Happy, hazy memories
55572231 h, 21 m ago

Is this website legit? Has anyone tried them before?Boots cetrizine works …Is this website legit? Has anyone tried them before?Boots cetrizine works very well for me, but I am tempted to give this a try because of £££


Bought from them 3 times and had no problems
55572238 h, 33 m ago

Is this website legit? Has anyone tried them before?Boots cetrizine works …Is this website legit? Has anyone tried them before?Boots cetrizine works very well for me, but I am tempted to give this a try because of £££


This is a good deal.
I recently purchased branded Cetirizine /Loratidine from Home Barginas @ £0.89 per 30 tablets
Edited by: "andybrock" 14th Jun
I’ve had bad hay fever for 29 years. Trilludan was the only thing that worked for me but then it was removed from sale. I was loosing the will to live earlier this year when someone told me about a steroid injection. Went to local clinic, had a Kenalog injection and within 6 hours my hay fever had stopped and hasn’t been back since (that was 4 weeks ago) Literally life changing for me. I just don’t understand why my doctor never mentioned it was available. I think you pay approx £55 for a single dose or £110 for a double dose (if you are more then 80kg). Worth every penny. I’m told it will last 3 months but I’m yet to find out how long it will last for me.
I always had positive results with Nasaleze, a non-medicated cellulose powder that acts as a barrier for irritants. It's been replaced in recent years with Care+ Allergy Defence (hollandandbarrett.com/sho…374) which is basically the same only with peppermint, which personally I could do without. I see Boots also do a version now too: boots.com/boo…0mg. As this kind of nasal spray is not medicated you can use it in addition to any other medication you're taking and however frequently you like.
Edited by: "Fatal.Swan" 14th Jun
I ordered these and some other bits, Piriton for kids much cheaper than boots. Free delivery for whole order.
thanks for this
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