Hayfever

Andythetouch

Active member
I suffer quite badly every year and have been horrific the past few weeks.

I had a injection done yesterday and although still sneezing my eyes feel normal today. Obviously injections will still be working into my system so hoping it will take the nose next along with cooler weather.

Would recommended looking into it for anyone who suffers badly.
 

Coach Steve

New member
Never suffered with it until the past few years and this past few days I've felt like fooking off home from work it's been that bad
 

TheBlueButterfly

Well-known member
I suffer quite badly every year and have been horrific the past few weeks.

I had a injection done yesterday and although still sneezing my eyes feel normal today. Obviously injections will still be working into my system so hoping it will take the nose next along with cooler weather.

Would recommended looking into it for anyone who suffers badly.
I tried that years ago, didn't seem to touch it all unfortunately.
 

KDG

Active member
Last year i had it really bad - this week has been another level, i honestly feel like i have rubbed onion into my eyes.

Anybody had, or know where does the injection to stop the effects? Supposed to be really good.
 

TheBlueButterfly

Well-known member
Last year i had it really bad - this week has been another level, i honestly feel like i have rubbed onion into my eyes.

Anybody had, or know where does the injection to stop the effects? Supposed to be really good.
My regular dr did mine.
 

Nano

Well-known member
The injection isn't recommended by the NHS. It works but it is an immunosuppressant so if you might have something else you need your immune system for then it won't be available
 

Priv

Well-known member
I suffer sporadically, used to get it quite bad but after being with the mrs for a couple of years who has horses my immune system seems to of got its act together and learned to cope, though rapeseed crops in full bloom still cause me abit of bother.
 

parmoboy

Well-known member
I suffer with it and a year or so ago I found that I had a large nasal polyp and lost my sense of taste and smell.

Used a steroid spray and seemed to do the trick but recently a large nasal polyp was visible in my left nostril (same side as before).

It's odd because it was only visible for a day or so but I do notice when I'm laid down some mornings that the left side of my nose is blocked.
 

Subbuteo_171

Well-known member
I use nasal spray, tablets and a preventer inhaler for about 4 weeks before it kicks in (usually mid May) then add eye drops and reliever inhaler if needed.

All alleviate the symptoms but can still get it bad, the worst aspects now are the constant sneezing and itchy throat - I've found nothing to stop those.
 

Doom_On_Horseback

Well-known member
I’ve suffered since my early 20’s (early 40’s now). When I first developed hay-fever I’d also get seasonal asthma as it would restrict my airways too. This is the first year I’ve had asthma on top of hay-fever for over 15 years I guess.
 

Randy

Well-known member
Had it real bad on Thursday. Eyes were streaming all day. It's odd because I've never suffered from it before other than one random year in my twenties. Only symptoms I've had though have been the watering eyes. Oh so much water.
 

JM14

Well-known member
Not so bad today but yesterday was one of the worst days I’ve ever had with it
 
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