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Hay Fever

What is Hay Fever?

Hay Fever, or allergic rhinitis, is a very common allergic reaction to pollen or other allergens such as dust mites, animal dander (hair/fur) or mould. This occurs when the allergen is inhaled and the person's immune system is sensitized.


What are the symptoms?

Symptoms generally include sneezing, runny or blocked nose, itchy eyes or a tickly throat.


How is it treated?

Mild symptoms can be improved through over the counter medication or avoiding exposure to pollen. For more severe symptoms, there are prescription medication alternatives.

To get medically treated for Hay Fever, simply fill out the following short questionnaire. 

One of our doctors will review and, if medically suitable, they will send you a prescription to treat your Hay Fever.

Please note that some medications used to treat Hay Fever may cause drowsiness and this medication may affect the performance of skilled tasks such as driving or cycling. It should be avoided in those operating heavy machinery.

You may be unsuitable for this medication if you have a past history of liver disease, kidney disease, urinary retention or if you have ever had an adverse reaction to antihistamines.

You should not take some of these medications if you are pregnant. Some should also be avoided in breastfeeding mothers.


How Does It Work?

  • It’s just €25
  • 100% no quibble, money back guarantee
  • Discretely posted in a plain envelope with no branding
  • Prescription is valid in any Irish pharmacy 
  • Delivery by post usually within 2 business days after approval.
  • No risk, 100% refund if our Doctors cannot help you

The accuracy of the information you provide is very important for the safe prescribing of the most suitable type of medication.  The information that you provide is treated with the same patient-doctor confidentiality as in a normal face-to-face consultation.

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Dr. Sylvester Mooney

BSc, LRCS & PI, MB, BCh, BAO, DObs, DCH, DFSRH(RCOG)

Clinical Director