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    Default Hayfever sufferers

    The last week ive suffered from the most annoying tickly throat and get coughinv attacks. I dont have a sore throat or cold at all and was wondering if it could be hayfever? Ive never suffered from it before so im not sure and is there something i can take? Its driving me nuts.

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    Sounds like hayfever to me, its so annoying! I take telfast the green pack because theyre stronger. It works well for me.

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    Default Hayfever sufferers

    I take Zyrtec as that's the only thing that works for me.

    This year is particularly bad an I am having each day - Zyrtec, rhinocort hayfever spray and eye drops just to get by.

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    I agree with Kezzanazz- Zyrtec + extras just to survive.

    Last year I was trying to stick with the telfast, but I was having to take them every 3-4 hours- not good when they're supposed to be a 24hr tablet.

    As it is with Zyrtec I am taking one evry 24 hours plus the nasal spray.

    Ugh, I used to love spring before I started getting hayfever!

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    Default Re: Hayfever sufferers

    Thanks much appreciated. Off to get some zyrtec then! Hope u all feel better soon

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