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Antihistamines

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Telfast

Latest review: Tried to claim the rebate cash back when I returned after the after the holiday period , well guess what Telfast have shut it down on 7th January. Do not buy this dumb


Claratyne

Latest review: I brought Claratyne 75 tablets I’m not happy with this product my side affects are dry eyes,very dry mouth I’m finding that I started coughing because my mouth so dry near choking and find hard to br


Fusion Health Allergy

Latest review: I have a nagging minor cough and clearing of the throat all my life. After a few days it was almost gone. Probably related to a post nasal drip of some kind. Fabulous


Sudafed PE Sinus Allergy & Pain Relief

Latest review: This product does nothing, zero..except some side effects which can be more irritating than the actual allergy hay fever. With Melbourne experiencing the worst hayfever season ever dont waste your


Xyzal Rapid Acting 24 Hour Relief

Latest review: I used Xyzal for quite some time and so purchased tablets online from an Australian company and also from Priceline. Then suddenly it was unavailable _ anywhere except from overseas. I finally


Telfast Hayfever Allergy Relief

Latest review: After trying several different brands for hayfever relief I have found this one to be the most effective with no side-effects. I have a tablet in the morning & then off to work & forget that it's


Fexal Tablet

Latest review: I had a "hot" rash on my face, very uncomfortable and visible. At the end of the day, it was almost gone and the "heat" had gone,so did the spots after 2 days. Just a wonderful medicine that I would


Brauer Hayfever Tablets

Latest review: Hi, these relieved my early onset of seasonal hayfever symptoms of runny nose irritated eyes, sneezing. Think these are brilliant for the cost and effect to block my annual symptoms. Having delayed


Dustroy Allergy Control Spray

Latest review: I have been using Dustroy for my dust mite allergy control for over 3 years. I like it so much that I now work with the team in Newcastle and am happy to share with other allergy sufferers, just how


FexoTab

Latest review: I have tried them all, claratyne, Zyrtec, Telfast, they were ok but expensive for 3 months use Fexotab (the highest dosage only one a dy non drowsy and it works! no more watery eyes! also vegetarian


Zyrtec

Latest review: I have been taking Aerius tablets for the last 5 years or so thinking they were great. I always wondered why I would still sneeze and wake up during the night coughing due to a dry throat. I honestly


Xergic Tablet

Latest review: Before you go buying any products its worth doing some diags yourself. I have been to Specialist, docs etc and told them exactly the symptoms of my issues. Winter comes my face gets dry, dark circles


Zyrtec Rapid Acting

Latest review: I recently developed Hay Fever allergies I bought a 10 tablet pack of Zyrtec Rapid Acting This is the WORST drug you can ever take It makes you Drowsy and gives you a constant feeling Nausea


Rhinocort Hayfever

Latest review: If you have allergies which are constant, you might use Rhinocort as a preventative measure. Too late if you've already started sneezing. I've been using it every morning, one puff up each nostril


Aerius Tablets

Latest review: These pills are supposed to be effective for 24 hours. I think 4-8 hours is more accurate. They seem to be a lighter than the Telfast antihistamines I bought over the counter. Whilst they are not


Chemists' Own C-Zine

Latest review: I have taken many other brands of anti histamines but this time my Dr prescribed Cetrizine and I developed a severe rash and welts all over my body which was extremely itchy. I have had shingles and