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Relieve the hay fever symptoms for the entire season with our private hay fever service administered by a specially trained pharmacist
Jun 2023
Private Hay Fever Service is available now!
Relieve the symptoms for the entire season!
Our private hay fever service is administered by a specially trained pharmacist.

For one in four people, the arrival of warmer weather marks the beginning of an annual struggle against ‘hay fever season’ which can lead to ongoing symptoms such as a runny nose, sore eyes and sneezing. Combined with a ‘foggy’ head, these symptoms can cause significant obstruction to everyday life. Consultation with us will be useful for planning the way through hay fever season and finding easy solutions to reduce discomfort and make things more bearable.

Reduce hay fever symptoms for the entire season
Professionally administered injection
Convenient, safe and reliable
Private Hay fever service
Prepare yourself for spring and summer with our private hay fever clinic to help prevent your symptoms. There’s really no need to suffer the sneezing, runny nose, irritated eyes and other symptoms that come when pollen counts reach escalate.

Our hay fever clinic can provide a vital lifeline for you to enjoy your life as normal. Patients generally only require one consultation to reduce symptoms for the entire hay fever season. Not only is our hay fever clinic more convenient than having to remember to take tablets every day.

Private hay fever clinic is no longer available on the NHS, so the only way to get a safe, reliable and professionally administered injection is to opt for treatment at The Pharmacy Coedpoeth.
When is the best time to book into our hay fever clinic
If you regularly experience hay fever symptoms every year, you should consider booking in for our hay fever clinic before the start of the season. You can also book in at any time after the appearance of hay fever symptoms.
Free NHS hay fever Products
You can receive advice and selected free treatment for hay fever as its covered within the Common Ailments Service.

Free NHS hay fever treatments include:
Hay fever spray
Hay fever tablets
Hay fever eye drops
Hay fever oral solution

What is Hay fever?
Hay fever (seasonal allergic rhinitis) is caused by your immune system reacting to pollen’s. The UK is particularly affected by pollen. Trees can begin to produce pollen in late January and some grasses continue producing pollen until September so depending on what you’re allergic to, the season can be many months.

Between 10-15% (figure may vary) of us suffer from hay fever symptoms. Of those people with hay fever, about 10% do not respond to conventional, easily available treatments like anti-histamine tablets, nasal sprays and eye drops. Severe hay fever symptoms can ruin peoples summers and have a detrimental effect on quality of life. It may also prevent people from being able to work optimally.

Many of these people consider a hay fever injections to help them get through the season.

Symptoms of Hay fever:
Sneezing and coughing
A runny or blocked nose
Itchy, red or watery eyes
Itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears
Loss of smell
Pain around your temples and forehead
Headache caused by a stuff nose
Feeling tired
If you have asthma, you might also:
Have a tight feeling in your chest
Be short of breath
Wheeze and cough

Hay fever can last for weeks or months, unlike a cold, which usually goes away after 1 to 2 weeks.

Can you advise any other hay fever precautions?
It is advised that you try treating hay fever with the following methods before deciding to take a hay fever injection:

• Apply a barrier balm (like Vaseline) around your nostrils to trap pollen.
• Wear wraparound sunglasses to stop pollen getting into your eyes.
• Shower and change your clothes after you have been outside to wash pollen off.
• Stay indoors whenever possible.
• Keep windows and doors shut as much as possible.
• Vacuum regularly and dust with a damp cloth
• Avoid drying clothes outside if the pollen count is high
• Buy a pollen filter for the air vents in your car and a vacuum cleaner with a special HEPA filter
• Its always advisable to check the pollen forecast on the Met Office website. This will help you get better prepared to ease the effects of hay fever.

If you’re interested in receiving the service, your pharmacist will be able to answer any questions you might have, and they’ll ensure that it’s suitable for you. Call us at The Pharmacy Coedpoeth today, on 01978 757367

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Coedpoeth, Wrexham
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