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    If not, i think i may be the first

    Feel free to moan about hayfever in this thread
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    Is this legit?
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    If not, i think i may be the first

    Feel free to moan about hayfever in this thread
    I felt like that a couple of days ago :bawling:

    Took a Piriteze tablet yesterday and it's still working on me lol
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    maybe they crashed their car due to drowsiness caused by the medicine ? or had an accident with their combine harvester ?
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
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    Hiya! :wavey:

    Have moved this over to Health for you

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    You could be making history here.
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    There was a nutcase theory a few years ago that blamed the extinction of the dinosaurs on the development of certain flowering plants that triggered what was essentially hayfever.
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    Think I might, my exams are not helping
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    I almost did at age 10, wasn't directly to do with the hay fever but i was scratching my eye and walked into a bus. luckily it was parked but if it was moving I woudn't be here
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    yeah i did, come join me


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    I haven't (obviously) but I've come close. Having hay fever is bad when you're driving because you end up sneezing everywhere and feel like crap so can't control the car. To make it worse you have to reach over and grab a tissue then clean up the mess whilst keeping control of the car.
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    (Original post by TheTopStudent)
    Is this legit?
    Nose bleeds, snot and watering eyes. I feel like death :cry:

    (Original post by nucdev)
    I felt like that a couple of days ago :bawling:

    Took a Piriteze tablet yesterday and it's still working on me lol
    Im taking Loratadil atm but it aint doing **** :s

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    Hiya! :wavey:

    Have moved this over to Health for you

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    Cheers, although I made it in chat because it was more for whinging then actual advice
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    (Original post by qasim_96)
    I haven't (obviously) but I've come close. Having hay fever is bad when you're driving because you end up sneezing everywhere and feel like crap so can't control the car. To make it worse you have to reach over and grab a tissue then clean up the mess whilst keeping control of the car.
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    maybe they crashed their car due to drowsiness caused by the medicine ? or had an accident with their combine harvester ?
    Driving under the influence of pollen should be illegal :lol:
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    (Original post by ivy.98)
    yeah i did, come join me


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    I would gladly, there's no plants or pollen in hell :rofl:
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    My eyes swelled up and I didn't leave the house for three days.
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    when i was younger i don't even think i had hay fever, then as i got older, it just started worse and worse, and every year it keeps getting worse, No idea why . I've been told as you get older it get weaker and soon itll go away.
    The pills and steroids help for a month or two, then after that good luck going outside.
    Ive had hayfever since march ... so 4 months now, when the **** are the trees gonan stop spreading pollen. I hate summer and spring, prefer winter, since its easier to sleep and i don't have plant sex organs killing me.
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    A few years ago, my GP told me my hayfever was the worst case he had ever seen. I tried every antihistamine available, and steroid tablets, but the only thing that touched it was the steroid injection, which they then refused to give me ever again because of the side effects. It got so bad at some points that I couldn't breathe or see, and I was always excused from outdoor school activities during hayfever season. Finally, the one thing that cured it was leaving the country. I've lived in China for the last 5 years. I wouldn't say I moved because of my hayfever, but it's definitely enough reason for me to never go to the UK in the summer again.
 
 
 
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