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Dymista (new treatment for hay fever)

Thought I'd post this as a separate blog for anyone struggling with hay fever (excessive pollen levels are expected this year)

Only just approved by NICE, available on prescription, it's a combo of antihistamine & fluticasone, in a nasal spray

I already use fluticasone in both a nasal spray (Flixonase) and inhaler (Flixotide) so might ask if I can swap the Flixonase for this during the hay fever season

ff x

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Though that was get yet wind screen lmao. ;)


Oops! ( fer yer )


Thanks Fairyfootsteps, it is a problem and I will check that out.

Azzard, I have no idea what you are on about, well I do really, and humour is fine in its place, but please let people do some serious posts too.

Lynne xx


Perhaps we need a chat room for the more humorous chatty posts? I am still scratching my head to understand the reference to plums etc, seem to have missed the joke there. It's getting a bit like a private club . . .

ff xxx


Thanks for the info my son suffers really badly with hay fever very little works so I will pass this onto him and hopefully it will help, I think unless people suffer from it they dont understand how badly it affects people do they. Best wishes Julie xxxxxx


Will pass that on to my son,who suffers badly from it, & one granddaughter.txs.xx


I'd not heard of this one, so thanks for that. I use Prevalin which I find to be very effective.


Aw c'mon, don't pick on Azaard for lightening the mood. When was the last time someone came on here with a serious problem and didn't get an answer? Azaard is usually the first to help. Bob



Sorry, I meant to say thank you for your post. Very useful. Bob


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