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    I am suffering very badly with Hayfever, plus flu like systems also... Any ideas what is best to take?

    I am looking like Rudolf the red-nosed Reindeer, which is my new nickname at work..

    My boss made me laugh today, he stated do you have swine flu and I stated if I did, I would not have been at work...

    As the symptoms are like flu type, with sickness and diarrhea, as I stated I had food poisoning a couple of years ago, which I had to be hospitalized for 4 days..

    Would not want to be going through that again, with tubes attached to me

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    Piriton good as any, always have it at the ready hth ...............

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    i use piriton, there the best

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    I use a combination of galpharm non drowsy tablets (one a day) and Sudafed nasal spray. It seems to help relieve the symptoms.

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    Thank you for the heads up, Piriton has worked very well indeed I just need to get rid of the flu thing

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    I've suffered badly for years with hayfever, and tried them all......... piritin, clarityn, zirtek, nasal sprays etc.

    Neo Clarityn (Des Loratadine) - its a slightly different chemical make-up to the normal Clarityn works well.

    I also supplement this with a herbal remedy from A. Vogel. Its called Luffa Complex, and comes in liquid and tablet form.
    You can get it from www.healthypeach.com

    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaz4d View Post
    I've suffered badly for years with hayfever, and tried them all......... piritin, clarityn, zirtek, nasal sprays etc.

    Neo Clarityn (Des Loratadine) - its a slightly different chemical make-up to the normal Clarityn works well.

    I also supplement this with a herbal remedy from A. Vogel. Its called Luffa Complex, and comes in liquid and tablet form.
    You can get it from www.healthypeach.com

    HTH
    Thank you for information, I will look into this... I am new to hayfever, only had it for the past couple of years, the pollen seem to be very bad at the moment...

    I never realised how bad it is, I am lucky that I have only had it a couple of years... While some of my friends and first boyfriend, had it since they where teenagers
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    A friend of mine went to her GP and gave her a steriod injection to relief this for her wedding as she suffers really badly, worked wonders for her and she didn't suffer at all.

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    Definately try the Luffa Complex, it certainly works for me and i've recommended it to a few others and it's worked for them.

    Good Luck.

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    The last couple years around August time having found Piriton helpful but not enough I was prescribed this, ‘Fexofenadine’ one a day (Priton type but stronger) only I think on prescription but very effective & Nasonex Nasal Spray, could be available over the counter hth ..............

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