Hayfever

Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by St Helens RLFC, Jun 22, 2006.

  1. Anyone else suffer from this nuisance?
     
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  3. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    yep mine turned into conjunctivitus
     
  4. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    Yeah I do but I take beconase which has worked for the last few years but this year it doesn't seem to be doing the trick and I've had a few problems with infections which is a pain in the arse as I've lost 2 months of contact lenses. Might consider getting the injection.
     
  5. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    I have changed the tablets I take cos i believe got immune to using them, and the new ones do the trick... may be worth a try An Tarbh, but this is one of the worst years I have suffered...

    Also a lot more people seem to be suffering making me think that it has to do with something in the stuff they spray on the fields...
     
  6. DC

    DC Guest

    i thought i was the only one!

    mine have been really bad this year, in england, when i was in london, they were 10 times as bad as they are in the states.
     
  7. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    I know people here who have never suffered from it being in really bad because of it, I live down in the SW so get the full extent of it in the countryside...
     
  8. DC

    DC Guest

    gatwick airport i hadnt taken any meds i thought i was gonna die
     
  9. DC

    DC Guest

    i take zyrtec by the way for mine

    i hadnt had any allergies until 2 years ago.
     
  10. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    I own you all, I have got allergic Rhinitis. Basically its hayfever symptoms every goddamn day of the year, whether is Raining, Sunny, Snowing or even Thunder & Lighting, I'm affected. :wall:

    I got a nasal spray & Loratadine (serious....thats what it's called) tablets. I also take vitamin c tablets called Ester-C, which is supposed to the trick.

    Also, I got Asthma, So when I catch a cold, I'm literally f**ked.
     
  11. EVOL

    EVOL Guest

    damn gjohn your nickname isnt "lucky" is it?

    i had pretyy bad hayfever when i was younger, Id sneeze non stop but the itchy eyes were the worst, i had conjuctivitis like symtoms once myself, got to go home from school too hehe.

    but nowadays i rarely get it and its only mild
     
  12. MonoTurd

    MonoTurd Guest

    lol no offence but that sounds nerd as...like the ones you see on tv that are alergic to everything and are always taking puffs from their inhaler

    but im not laughing at you because its not a funny situation to be in i assume
     
  13. Ditto.

    Summer is a nightmare because of the pollen, winter's a nightmare because of the temperature.
     
  14. That's the pollution!
     
  15. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    Don't know what inhalers you guys are on but last year I switched to Symbicort and have been trouble free save a few minor incidents since.

    There doesn't seem to have been too many warnings for high pollen counts despite the recent good weather, maybe they're just getting lazy at Met Éireann.
     
  16. I've just got the Salbutimol.
     
  17. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    That one thing I can never understand, why does asthmatics in films always turn out to be geeky nerd character?
     
  18. wigan_rlfc

    wigan_rlfc Guest

    LOL, Iv'e noticed that too.
     
  19. dobrien7

    dobrien7 Guest

    I'm same as Evol used to get it a lot when younger but seem too have slowly grown out of it... worst case I had my eyes swelled shut and my lips blew up into small balloons.
     
  20. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Well its that time of f***ing year again... Bloody sitting inside due to the fact I go outside without sneezing and having my eyes go red...

    Bloody Hayfever...
     
  21. Random thread bumping alert. But it is, to be fair, very topical.
     
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