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POLL: Do you suffer from Hayfever? watch

  • View Poll Results: Do you suffer from Hayfever?
    No, not at all.
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    34.13%
    Yes- a little bit
    43
    25.75%
    Yesss it kills mee
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    40.12%

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    if yes, what do you take for it?


    I take tablets and eye drops...
    Hate it!
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    Used to. I don't get it anymore though.
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    Oh and I used to take piriton and eye drops btw.
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    Yes, tablets and nasal spray.
    My eczema reacts to pollen too
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    Damn this thread just reminded me I need to take my tablets everday :/
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    Btw guys a way to reduce your hayfever is by eating organic honey < Proven too, its helped me loooaddsss
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    Not any more. Used to be soooo bad (to the point of puffed up eyes and getting an inhalor). But I've pretty much grown out of it

    Telfast used to be the only thing that actually did anything. It's prescription only. Ask your doc.
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    (Original post by F_shakeey)
    Damn this thread just reminded me I need to take my tablets everday :/
    I still need to get my prescription off the GP's ergh
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    (Original post by 786girl)
    I still need to get my prescription off the GP's ergh
    It can be such a bother, they should introduce postal service
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    Yes, but it's not too bad really. I don't take anything for it other than eye drops when my eyes itch a lot.
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    Yesss it kills me...usually. I haven't actually suffered with it yet this year.

    Normally I'm a benadryl baby.
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    Worst thing ever - every year I get all excited about summer, and every year I spent May and June indoors, crying.
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    Worst thing ever - every year I get all excited about summer, and every year I spent May and June indoors, crying.
    Because of the hayfever right?
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    Yes and it's a pain in the ass.
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    I out-smeg y'all in the hayfever department, had an 'allergy attack' as a kid and turned asthmatic for a while..

    Developed a condition termed: 'chronic inflammation' between '02-'04, during which time my major allergy (grass pollen) went literally off the charts (>6 times the normal level of reactivity)

    Received immunisation treatment in Switzerland which essentially cured my spring allergies (birch pollen) but barely made a dent on my summer ones (grass pollen) - all that happened with the grass jabs is my arm swelled up and felt super-warm/itchy for a week or so each time!

    I hit the Zyrtec tabs, the eye-jobs (Rapitil atm) and, crucially, the nose-jobs (Flixonase atm)!

    (Original post by F_shakeey)
    A way to reduce your hayfever is by eating organic honey
    Theallergy specialist told me something similar, I eat honey pretty regular like ..but dunno if it makes the blindest bit of difference!
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    I'm a-snifflin' already, I take a piriteze and 389258489 tissues and loads of water (eyedrops, pfffah, too expensive, they mostly water anyway :P) to school every day.
    Worst bit is the shinyshinyshiny nose because of incessant sneezlage.
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    (Original post by F_shakeey)
    Because of the hayfever right?
    Well, that and the fact that sunshine makes me emotional.
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    I have it very very midely, but I didnt recognise it and just lived with the discomfort till I found the pills :ahee:
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    Well, that and the fact that sunshine makes me emotional.
    You must hate deserts then...
    Why not wear sunglasses so that people cant see you crying?
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    Yes. I had barely any issues with it last year though (and none whatsoever yet this year, touchwood). I take tablets, nose spray and eye drops.
 
 
 
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