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Bad hayfever tryed lots of tablets nothing works what's next ?

Bad hayfever tryed lots of tablets   nothing works what's next ?

Allergies: Pollen counts are hitting record highs, making allergies worse than ever. Start with over the counter antihistamines; if that isn't enough, see your dr about a nasal steroid spray; if that still doesn't add enough relief, singulair (montelukast) may help. If you're really bad, a short course of Prednisone can help temporarily. ...Read more

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My eyes can get extremely itchy because of my hayfever. But I at times they hurt and water a lot (making my vision burry) Is this normal for hayfever?

My eyes can get extremely itchy because of my hayfever. But I at times they hurt and water a lot (making my vision burry) Is this normal for hayfever?

Expected: You want to see your doctor / eye doctor for prescription medications to control those symptoms, meanwhile use OTC antihistamines regularly, but read the labels carefully, better use the newer generation, less sedating ones as loratadine or fexofenadine, trynot to rub your eyes, and wash with running water, good luck ...Read more

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Treating hay fever without medicine? Are there any natural treatments that work? I’ve tried all kinds of different medicines and they just don’t work for me. The only one that kind of works makes me so drowsy it’s not worth it. I’m hoping there’s somethin

Treating hay fever without medicine? Are there any natural treatments that work? I’ve tried all kinds of different medicines and they just don’t work for me. The only one that kind of works makes me so drowsy it’s not worth it. I’m hoping there’s somethin

Control environment: See an allergist and find out what you're allergic to. Then discuss with them ways to reduce exposure to the allergens. It may be as simple as covering mattress, box spring and pillow and keeping windows closed during pollen season. ...Read more

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Is there any kind of permanant solution for hay fever and sneezing a lot only in spring season. ?

Is there any kind of permanant solution for hay fever and sneezing a lot only in spring season. ?

Possible: Many people who have received allergy shots for at least 4 years can obtain prolonged remission following cessation of the shots but not all people can achieve the long term tolerance. If the symptoms are confined to the spring, you may consider trying a nasal steroid/antihistamine nasal spray to see if it works better. Personally, I see little problem in doubling up on Nasonex (mometasone) in spring. ...Read more

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I've had hay fever and been around my allergies so I'm sneezing a lot, but my abs are hurting everytime i sneeze and cough, is this normal?

I've had hay fever and been around my allergies so I'm sneezing a lot, but my abs are hurting everytime i sneeze and cough, is this normal?

No: Severe sneezing can strain abdominal muscles and pain. If your hay fever is severe then you want to get tested for allergies and be treated. Antihistamines only cover up symptoms. Please visit us at www.ehacstl.com and learn how we propose to treat the cause ...Read more

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For over a week i've had a headache on the right side near above my eye and i've had earache. tried painkillers/hayfever treatment. help? nothin works

For over a week i've had a headache on the right side near above my eye and i've had earache. tried painkillers/hayfever treatment. help? nothin works

See your PCP: Any headache must be viewed as a valid medical disorder and the headache assessment must be comprehensive. See your PCP for evaluation, tests, imaging and treatment options. ...Read more

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I am currently using naphcon a eye drop which works wonder for my reddish eyes. I have some serious hay fever. but ketotifen eye drops doesn't work th?

I am currently using naphcon a eye drop which works wonder for my reddish eyes. I have some serious hay fever. but ketotifen eye drops doesn't work th?

Individuals vary.: I love Naphcon-A too! Very, very inexpensive as well. 2nd generation antihistamines, like ketotifen may be less effective than some 1st generation antihistamines like Naphcon-A (2 drug combo. Interestingly, if you took the oral equivalent of pheniramine (1 of the drugs in it) it can be very sedating, but this is not as much of a problem when used in the eyes. ...Read more

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