Justamum wrote: »
I'm going to get one for my DS. It doesn't seem hygienic for him to use DH's one considering where they have to go! :rotfl:
John2g wrote: »
It would be cheaper to just buy the diode (Amazon sell it)http://www.amazon.co.uk/Medinose-Hayfever-Allergy-Treatment-Diodes/dp/B000G6H0WY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=personal&qid=1208786604&sr=8-2
cupid_s wrote: »
Anyone with really bad hayfever, save your money and go to your doctors and ask for immunotherapy. I have just finished my third (and hopefully my last) yearly bout of injections and last year hardly suffered at all. This year I shouldn't even have to take any medication and I was really really bad before starting these injections.
And you have to be pretty bad, and your symptoms not controlled by conventional medication.
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