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Hayfever symptoms

Hayfever can cause a variety of symptoms in the nose, throat and eyes

This free A.Vogel app for iPhone and Android gives you daily information on the latest pollen in the air during the hayfever season.

The pollen forecast can be viewed using your GPS location or you can choose from around 350 different locations in the UK.

We show pollen forecasts for tree, grass and weed pollen.

In "My location" you can determine which locations you wish to continue viewing the forecast for.

The app also includes the option to find your nearest stockist of Pollinosan, the A.Vogel solution for hayfever. Just press and call your local store. Download the app!

 

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    Julie — 16.06.2017 00:52
    I get cold like symptoms every summer. Sore, dry throat, blocked sinuses, coughing & sneezing. Generally feeling tired & unwell. My GP said hay fever & gave me cetirizine tablets, I have Loratadine tablets prescription aswell. Avamys nasal spray prescription is used with these too. I took your online test it said, not hay fever result. I think because I clicked, no to headaches. The symptoms I have makes my asthma a lot worse,, so the medications do help.

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      rachel — 16.06.2017 15:37
      Hayfever and cold symptoms are very similar and it can be very confusing. Hayfever and asthma are closely linked as you are aware. It is good that the medications control the symptoms for you. If your immune system is weak it could contribute to your hayfever symptoms. You could try taking Vitamin C is good for the immune system, as it has natural antihistamine activity in the body and there is some evidence that it can help control hay fever symptoms .

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    chelsea leigh — 06.06.2017 22:41
    hi I have a very runny nose, blocked nose, itchy eyes,waterty eyes I was just wondering is this a symptom of hay-fever

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      rachel — 07.06.2017 10:54
      Hello Chelsea, The symptoms of a cold or an allergy are very similar. However, a cold has a shorter duration. As the root cause is different, you may wish to consider the herb Echinacea for a cold. However, the Pollinosan Hayfever tablets or/and Pollinosan Nasal spray as these products can help tackle Hayfever or allergy symptoms. These symptoms tend to last a bit longer, especially over the summer months. Consider A Vogel Eyedrops to soothe itchy eyes, as well.

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    Filippo — 29.05.2017 09:25
    Very helpful thankyou

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      rachel — 07.06.2017 10:54
      Thank you for your comment

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