I have allergies too and use clarentyne and polaramine for relief. Rhinocort is ok too according to my OB.
Mine are particularly bad ATM so on clarentyne or the generic equivalent almost every day.
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24-03-2015 19:56 #11
Really Suffering, please help!
24-03-2015 20:04 #12
Hayfever can really interefere with quality of life so if its severe get some treatment.
ETA: The nasal spray does work on its own but it's much more effective if used in conjunction with an antihistmine. If you are blocked up, use some Fess nasal spray beforehand to help unblock it a bit, the steroid spray will be more effective then too.
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