Claritin D works for me, my mother, and my boyfriend. We love the stuff and always have back ups at our homes.
Of all the allergy tablets I've taken over the years, I found Zirtek to be the best.
However I now take Bee Pollen and Bee Propolis tablets to alleviate my allergies which are 'all year round'. I now don't sneeze much unless the pollen count is really high and the traffic pollution is bad.
I still have slightly itchy eyes but not as bad as before and my nose is less blocked.
I take Claritin everyday and try to keep indoor allergens out of my house and bedroom. Simply buying special covers for your mattress and pillows can help a lot since we all spend a significant amount of time in our beds. Vacuuming and dusting obviously help as well.
My hay fever allergies used to be unbearable. I ended up in urgent care a few times and I tried all kinds of medications. At one time I was taking 2 nasal sprays, 2 inhalers, and eye drops (all prescription) on a daily basis during Aug - Oct, and I had a couple more prescriptions for the 'bad days'.
I've been getting allergy shots for a couple years now and they have been extremely helpful. Last fall I didn't have to take any medication at all!
by Jessica Ellen Holbrook 6 years ago
How many of you experience allergy symptoms in the fall? Whats your allergen?
by Attikos 6 years ago
What herbs do you find alleviate hay fever?I have it. Most allergy medicines don't work for me, I already use honey & vinegar, and loratadine (the one I tried this spring) is a headache and a pain in the neck. Literally. I have discovered those are side effects affecting some people, and I...
by Susan Zutautas 5 years ago
Do you suffer from allergies?How do you cope with your allergies?
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by Stacie L 7 years ago
I love this time of year;everything is blooming, birds are chirping and my nose hasn't stopped running for weeks!anyone else having major allergy symptoms now?
by infonolan 7 years ago
I know of someone who has peanut, tree nut, soy and shellfish allergies. Are these proteins airborne? In other words, is it okay to cook items free of allergens in the same oven as items containing the above mentioned allergens as long as food items don't physically come into contact...
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