Hayfever sufferers! Fantastic bargain Lloyds Pharmacy- 'Medinose' + Ioniser £19.99!!

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  • shakkashakka Forumite
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    italia wrote: »
    hi, please can you tell me what DH is,i know OH is other half butpeople keep using DH??

    As far as I know it means Dear Husband :confused:

    I'm always puzzled by all these net abbreviations too, it takes me ages to work them out! Where do they all come from?
  • For some reason the DH DS DD (Dear Husband, Son or Daughter) stuff is very specific to this site.

    Don't know why though lol. (Laugh Out Loud) LOL
  • love2savelove2save Forumite
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    MoneyTown wrote: »
    For some reason the DH DS DD (Dear Husband, Son or Daughter) stuff is very specific to this site.

    It's on all the forums I visit, all different types....although I thought it was darling husband, son etc ;)
  • harryharpharryharp Forumite
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    All of Lloyds electrical items are reduced by 10% until 29th April.
    Many thanks for clarifying this- I have amended my original post (again!!)
  • countrygalcountrygal Forumite
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    Hi
    Thanks to the OP I have bought both items as DS has become very allergic to our cats, and both me and my DH get hayfever.
    I have put the ioniser on in the lounge and find it is really quite noisy, has anyone else found this?
    I am moving it around the room to see where it annoys me the least!
    Re the allergy reliever, it is realy strange to use, but I am sure that it has made a difference after one use.
    Not sure how I feel about sharing it with my DH and DS though?
    I made DH use it after me and I couldn't stop laughing at how his nose lit up bright red, good job it's not Christmas as he looks like Rudolph!
    I'm keen to see if the results become more significant as so far the results are promising.
    CG
  • Destiny33Destiny33 Forumite
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    Just ordered so fingers crossed it works as i suffer so much in summer. Tried every hayfever remedy going so this would be wonderful if i could actually enjoy summer!

    Thanks OP :beer:
  • Angelina-MAngelina-M Forumite
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    countrygal wrote: »
    Hi
    Thanks to the OP I have bought both items as DS has become very allergic to our cats, and both me and my DH get hayfever.
    I have put the ioniser on in the lounge and find it is really quite noisy, has anyone else found this?
    I am moving it around the room to see where it annoys me the least!
    Re the allergy reliever, it is realy strange to use, but I am sure that it has made a difference after one use.
    Not sure how I feel about sharing it with my DH and DS though?
    I made DH use it after me and I couldn't stop laughing at how his nose lit up bright red, good job it's not Christmas as he looks like Rudolph!
    I'm keen to see if the results become more significant as so far the results are promising.
    CG

    I was just about to order one of these but i'm a bit put off now if they are noisy?
    Just bumping it up in the hope you get some replies :confused:
  • bunbun2bunbun2 Forumite
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    countrygal wrote: »
    Hi
    Thanks to the OP I have bought both items as DS has become very allergic to our cats, and both me and my DH get hayfever.
    I have put the ioniser on in the lounge and find it is really quite noisy, has anyone else found this?
    I am moving it around the room to see where it annoys me the least!
    Re the allergy reliever, it is realy strange to use, but I am sure that it has made a difference after one use.
    Not sure how I feel about sharing it with my DH and DS though?
    I made DH use it after me and I couldn't stop laughing at how his nose lit up bright red, good job it's not Christmas as he looks like Rudolph!
    I'm keen to see if the results become more significant as so far the results are promising.
    CG

    the ioniser is very noisy which I wasn't expecting! Ours is in the bedroom and although it is noisy doesn't keep me awake at night. It is a bit like having a fan in the room. I have noticed that my skin has been alot drier since i started using it but that can be sorted. Will persevere:D
    saving for ds2's summer international scout camp - £200
    £60 deposit paid :j £100 paid:j £40 paid:j
  • harryharpharryharp Forumite
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    I know what people mean about the noise, but I personally don't think it's that bad- just like someone said further up, ie. it's like having a fan on in the room.

    I'm actually going back to buy another one of these so I can have one upstairs and one down (especially as they're only £8.49 at the moment). My son gets hayfever so bad I think we'll put up with a little bit of noise if it will help him.
  • JustamumJustamum Forumite
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    A friend lent us an ioniser for our DS as he has just been diagnosed with dust and pollen allergies. It is in his bedroom and the noise doesn't bother him at all. I think it becomes like a gentle drone in the background and helps him get to sleep. I should think it would be annoying if you had one in the lounge and were trying to watch tv though!
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