Experiences with Hayfever

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ICD10 Code: J30.1
ICD10 Group: J00-J99, Diseases of the respiratory system
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Hayfever
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ICD10 Code: J30.1, ICD10 Group: J00-J99, Diseases of the respiratory system

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Zyrtec

5/21/2019 | | 13moderated by Henry
Cetirizine (10MG) for Hayfever

My daughter uses Zyrtec as a precaution, but so far it has been working great this season, since she did not have that many allergy symptoms (and we know last year was way worse).
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Fluticasone

6/9/2018 | | 44moderated by Philip
Fluticasone (50ug/do) for hayfever

Lots of side effects, heat palpitations, high cholesterol, headaches, muscle pain, and back pain. It took me a long time to finally realize that the medication was causing these problems. I stopped taking it and within two weeks all of the problems i was having before have gone away. This stuff is poison! Worked well to keep my nose unclogged but would not recommend.
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Kenacort

5/27/2018 | | 37moderated by Charlotte
Triamcinolone (40mg/ml) for hayfever

I've been having trouble with hay fever for years and the standard eye drops and such were not helping at all but when I got kenacort from my doctor it changed my life and made sure that I could enjoy spending time with my family and friends in the summer and work without have trouble with pollen.
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Levocetirizine

5/25/2018 | | 32moderated by Philip
Levocetirizine (0,5mg/ml) for hayfever

Works very good, greatly reduced my problems with hay fever. Only downside is that I feel really tired, but that's better then running around with snot running down my nose and teary eyes all the time.
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Desloratadine

6/4/2017 | | 20moderated by Susan
Desloratadine (2,5mg) for hayfever

Great medicine, does what it needs to. Tiny little blue pill, really easy to swallow. I haven't had any side effects.
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Cetirizine

5/2/2017 | | 22moderated by Henry
Cetirizine (10mg) for hayfever

I've used cetirizine tables for my hayfever for years. It limits my hayfever symptoms. It just makes me a bit drowsy. So I take the tablet just before I go to bed. It works for 24 hours.
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Cetirizine

3/28/2017 | | 49moderated by Susan
Cetirizine (10mg) for hayfever

This works fine, but it made me very sleepy. The manual says that’s supposed to pass after a while, but it’s been two weeks already. Guess I’ll have to wait and see.
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Desloratadine

7/23/2016 | | 50moderated by Susan
Desloratadine (5mg) for hayfever

Luckily the symptoms of red stinging eyes and feverish feeling and sneezing went away with the first tablet, but really bad sleepy feeling when getting up and can't concentrate any more at work so stopped two days ago it did not make me feel good!
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Levocetirizine

7/12/2016 | | 53moderated by Philip
Levocetirizine (5mg) for hayfever

Prescribed by the ent doctor for hayfever. Then it was still xyzal. No problems to start off with but in the meantime I've become incredibly tired. So I stopped taking it and the tiredness went away. Started taking it again and tired again all of a sudden. I now take it before I go to bed and that seems to work better for me.
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Levocetirizine

7/12/2016 | | 53moderated by Philip
Levocetirizine (5mg) for hayfever

Prescribed by the ent doctor for hayfever. Then it was still xyzal. No problems to start off with but in the meantime I've become incredibly tired. So I stopped taking it and the tiredness went away. Started taking it again and tired again all of a sudden. I now take it before I go to bed and that seems to work better for me.
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Desloratadine

6/11/2016 | | 49moderated by Philip
Desloratadine (5mg) for hayfever

i've used loratadine for years: Reasonable effectiveness, no side-effects. On the advice of the doctor started taking DESloratadine. Took one tablet, the result is amazing, all symptoms immediately disappeared, no side-effects. I decided to take this medicine from now on. The following morning was a different experience altogether: Listless and tired, as if I hadn't slept all night long. I'm de...
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Desloratadine

6/7/2016 | | 12moderated by Philip
Desloratadine (5mg) for hayfever

My daughter takes desloratadine, made by Sandoz. Few problems. Until she started taking desloratadine, made by Glenmark. She complained about pain in her hamstrings. Naturally nothing to do with her medications. Until my father said he didn't want to take the little red things any more. He uses precisely the same medicine and got a lot of pain in his hamstrings. Then the penny dropped for me. S...
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Cetirizine

5/14/2016 | | 30moderated by Henry
Cetirizine (10mg) for hayfever

I used this medicine now and then. In spring I'm always affected by birch pollen and then a few months later slightly less so by grass pollen. In the autumn, it's always dust mites. If I notice that the allergy is taking over I take it for a while combined with a Prevalin nasal spray and Ventolin for my breathlessness. I don't take it often enough or if it's not really necessary because it make...
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Loratadine

4/15/2016 | | 68moderated by Henry
Loratadine (10mg) for hayfever

In April every year I get hayfever for about 3 to 4 weeks, caused by birch. One hayfever tablet works really well for several hours. In the evening a little irritation in my eyes.
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Levocetirizine

4/14/2016 | | 62moderated by Charlotte
Levocetirizine (5mg) for hayfever

After trying a number of other medicines for allergies I was finally prescribed this medicine. No heartburn, not sleepy and very effective. My hayfever in combination with asthma is entirely caused by pollen. Rapeseed, birch pollen etc. etc. Really happy with it.
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Cetirizine

2/13/2016 | | 59moderated by Charlotte
Cetirizine (10mg) for hayfever

I don't suffer from hayfever because of the weather but a few times a year hayfever-type symptoms seem to appear: red eyes, bunged up nose, sniffing, etc. On advice from the GP I started taking these tablets with really good results. Very happy!
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