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    Default ? Any hay fever.....

    Sufferers on here found a remedy that actually works,it's not me it's the wife who has it...sneezin an a weezin

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    benedryl is good

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    rolleyes

    Quote Originally Posted by lilangel View Post
    benedryl is good
    She's using that one at the moment,not doing much apart from making her drowsy

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    A couple of generous dabs of Vaseline up the hooter. Works a charm, the only thing I could rely on during my previous life as a lorry driver!

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    Zirtec works for me or get it from the docs as Certrizine (proper name) it would be cheaper.

    Jax

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTi View Post
    A couple of generous dabs of Vaseline up the hooter. Works a charm, the only thing I could rely on during my previous life as a lorry driver!
    I can feel a double entendre happenin here m8,sorry it's just me,still laffin

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    Tesco's 1 a day-non drowsy anti hystamine tablets work a treat for me. Think they're 99p for 7

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    Poor wifey! I get Zirtec from the docs too although I find the one they prescribe, cetirizine dihydrochloride makes me more drowsy that the over the counter one cetirizine hydrochloride. Definitely sorts out the itchy eyes and runny nose. Last year it was really bad and my doc prescribed Flixonase (its over the counter too) and that was brilliant. Its a steroid so should only be taken if symptons were severe, but really did the job for me.
    Its a nasal spray and I found almost all of my symptoms disappeared

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    I've found that the pound shop 1 a days work just as well as the bigger name brands. I've also had nasal sprays and eye drops (prescription and over the counter). Eye drops are good as i get terrible itchy eyes. Big pair of sunglasses help as well!

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    i've suffered with cronic hayfever for the last 24 years and have tried everything going, last year i got one of these

    http://shop.lloydspharmacy.com/webap...category=10006

    still using cetrizine (buy online for pennies at the end of the hayfever season and keep for the follow year )

    but i've certainly noticed a dramatic fall in my syptoms since using the light treatment

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