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HAYFEVER

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ITS MIDNITE AND I JUS SNEEZED 13 TIMES IN A ROW ... I WAS ON THE FLOOR A GIBBERING MESS

SNOT POURING OUT THROUGH MY RED SORE NOSE WITH REECKLESS ABANDON

ANYONE GOT SOME GOOD REMEDIES DROP THEM IN HERE....

GNA SNORT A COUPLE NYTOL NOW AAND WASH IT DOWN WITH SOME ABSOLUT BEFORE BED

LIVING THE LIFE RITE NOW

FFS

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You you wouldnt be much use to the taliban would you.

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WOULDNT SAY THAT FRANK

NT THAT ITS GT ANYTHIN TO DO WITH HAYFEVER

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slight irritation atm but nothing major yet

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I haven't taken any medicine all summer, dunno what's wrong with me.

Although I've only had symptons for the last 2 weeks or so, it's been BAD.

Any of you get hayfever abroad? Going Cyprus next week and not looking for that to be an issue tbh.

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Was bless today but it was raining like crap. It's been quite annoying so far but not nearly as bad as its been in the past.

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been having it bad in the morning and at night took tablets tho

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I've been sneezing solidly for 2 weeks. My eye's itch like motherf*cker.

These pretty blue eyes do have their weakenesses...f*ck*ng pollen.

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Lul

Nerd disease, like athsma.

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Yeah i had it pretty bad on monday eyes were stinging.

Took some hayfever tablets seems to have calmed down now.

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WOULDNT SAY THAT FRANK

NT THAT ITS GT ANYTHIN TO DO WITH HAYFEVER

Pissed for the chap who has to hide in bush with you.

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I dont usually have it but its being a bitch the last couple of days

long

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The incidence of hay fever has steadily increased and it now affects almost 25% of the population in the UK. The peak age for contracting hay fever is 20 years, although many children suffer, and it may develop at any age.Two of the factors that contribute to hay fever are pollution and weather, and surprisingly hay fever is twice as common in towns as in the country. This is largely as a result of road traffic pollution and the effect of sunlight on traffic pollution, which is referred to as "photochemical smog". In effect, this creates a "lid" on the air at ground level, so the pollens released are unable to escape into the upper atmoshphere; instead they are more concentrated at lower levels where they cause the most problems for hay fever sufferers. So although the although city pollen counts have dropped, the number of people treated for hay fever has risen over 400% in the last 20 years.

Some research suggests that it is the particular type of air pollution that can make hay fever worse but the evidence is not clear-cut. Studies in many countries including Sweden, Italy and Spain have shown that hay fever rates are greater in cities than in the surrounding rural areas where actual pollen counts are higher. In Japan the highest incidence of hay fever was found in populations living along busy roads indicating that vehicle exhaust was involved. This is likely since diesel particles have been shown to make people more susceptible to allergens. Also high concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide can irritate the nose and airways. Some types of photochemical pollutants are more abundant in the countryside. For example, high concentrations of ozone occur in rural areas and can effect breathing even in healthy people.

Research suggests that pollution and ozone can make the symptoms of hay fever worse but many other aspects are involved such as lifestyle and diet. More work is needed to sort out the relationships between air pollution and allergies.

Research courtesy of The National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit, University of Worcester and Breakspeare Medical Group.

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The nasal spray is the way forward, don't be fobbed off with anything else.

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yeah ive been on this becanase ting really clears my nostrils

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mine aint started yet

full expect it tostart next month or some thing

ill have the piritease (sp) ready

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Yeah im mashed today, was fine when in Miami, never had it once

Maybe too late to take the injection :(

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Been getting this for about 7 years now. Ruins my summer. I get itchy mouth, Itchy eyes, Blocked nose, Runny nose, Sneezing, Watery eyes and they swell up.

But I say time and time again:

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= Pretty much Hayfever f*ck*ng off till it wears off. The eye drops especially. I could have the itchiest eyes ever and 2 drops of this and Im like new.

Ive heard about this too but think its prescription only. http://www.grazax.com/

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ARGH

Im f*ck*ng dying.

Cant flippin see.

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Asda 14 tablets for £1 is doing nicely

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I have it but I just ignore it, can still box n play football fine so it's cool.

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not good when u got a runny nose and ur out n about with no tissue

start wiping watery snot anywhere and everywhere on the sly

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