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boots are currently doing 60 clarityn for £9
I ran out of 'piriteeze' this morning. my eyes hurt a bit but it means I get to look like a knob in oversized sunglasses.
this weekend, when we were in the park, so i thought i'd go to boots.
it's not advertised as far as i can see, but just ask for the boxes of 30 they keep behind the counter.
it's really fucking annoying.
I think I've narrowed it down to sycamore trees. my final year summer ball at uni in a field surrounded by sycamore trees was spent sneezing uncontrollably.
note to all, alcohol does not lessen the effects of hayfever it merely makes you snotty and drunk. *attractive*
I think this needs a thread of its own.
boxes of 30 were buy one get one free in the one in camden town.
have you tried beconase nasal spray?
its only £8 and lasts all year
are naaaaaaaasty though.
eventually. ie. after 2 months
and they're three for two. or something. i don't know, i just do saturdays.
Tesco sell packs of 7 tablets for a quid. A QUID! And they work! THEY WORK!
too, that's a BOGOF at Boots at the mo.
Beconase nasal spray seems to help as well.
I tried a herbal remedy once, but it didn't really have any decent lasting effects. Useless hippies.
that helps hayfever that isn't an antihistamine? like some sort of natural remedy that works.
i can't take proper medicine and i'm really suffering
Erm. Sorry, I dunno.
to help YOU out sometime
If you even need a babysitter, I'm your man :)
I seem to have deveolped hayfever this year.
Not good seeing as I work in a park!
Is it really you?
that hayfever was cyclical or something.
Anyway, I'll just get all my medication on the NHS. Good ol' Welsh Assembly and their free prescriptions for under 25s :-)
...some of this
up your nose and you'll be good as gold all summer. Believe.
Honey is supposed to aid with lessening the effects of hay fever, especially honey produced in the vicinity of where you are. It's kind of a natural vaccine of the local pollens.
or is it only these city types who get hayfeever, cause I don't!
I started getting hayfever really badly about five years ago but found most whole hayfever tablets made my nose bleed (halves were alright, luckily). Then last year, the hottest summer on record, I didn't suffer from it at all, and walking through a freshly mown park today I felt fine.
and i didn't really live in a 'city' then..