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    Hmm. Okay. We were out near the beach on Sunday. .. It was very windy. Then Monday she was coughing and sneezing. And now it's mostly gone.
    Going to pop into the chemist today.

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    Both my kids get hayfever as do I. They get aerius on daycare days in spring/summer time.

    It truly sucks.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Subbing as my 19 month old dd always seems to have a runny nose, but no temp? Dh has hayfever and ive currently got pregnancy related hayfever wondering if the weather changing constantly is affecting dd

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    My Ds1 has severe chronic hayfever, he hates it! He gets runny nose and sneezing all day every day, blocked nose ALL of the time (he can't breathe through his nose), dark circles under his eyes, when it's really bad he'll get puffy and itchy eyes too. He takes Aerius every day and also takes a nasal spray, he started off with Beconase but has now moved up to Nasonex, it is stronger, has recently been moved from prescription only to just on the shelf. He also does sinus washes which is really gross!

    I hope it isn't hayfever, for your dd's sake! It's such a pain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    So he didn't think it was hay fever?
    A chronic drip? Does that mean it won't go away? Sounds like what my daughter is like.

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    He was quite vague on the cause but did say hay fever was a possibility. I am wondering about milk allergies or dust mite allergies now too. It's driving me crazy, his cough is so annoying to him.

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    My ds had had hayfever since he was about 2 we use kids zyrtec and it works really well


 

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