stuzzo: Haven't read the full thread but people mention different drugs that work for them. These drugs and there generic versions have different active ingredients so it might be a bit hit and miss to find one that works best for you.
Allergies tend to vary over time. I didn't have problems till my late thirties and it is on the decline again after about ten years.
Try to get the allergens diagnosed so you can best manage the condition.
timmmay: Knowing what I'm allergic to (everything except mould) lets my doctor target the treatment I'm getting.
joker97:timmmay: Knowing what I'm allergic to (everything except mould) lets my doctor target the treatment I'm getting.
there you go! so how does he "target" everything except mold? just curious ...
As soon as the liquid touches my tongue, the hayfever is gone. It is not reduced, not managed just gone, totally, in an instant.
timmmay: Could be deviated septum. Google it.