It is typical to get Hayfever during the spring or summer months. It is an allergic reaction that the body undergoes when the pollen from growing things enters the body. The bodies immune system reacts to the presence of pollen as if it were an infection; that is why a person experiences cold like symptoms during an allergy attack.
Yes you can get hayfever.
No - Hayfever is treated with anti-histamines.
Hayfever is an allergic reaction. A cold is caused by viruses. Hayfever may produce symptoms like the cold, but it cannot lead to a cold.
Anyone can have it.
my dog was sneezing and had red eyes so i took him to the vet and was informed he had hayfever and was given eyedrops for him
There is currently no permanent cure for Hay fever. Hayfever can however be treated temporarily until the symptoms seem to pass.
No you can not, stop being so ridiculous. There are tonnes of life threating diseases like TB, Cancer and Malaria, and you are wondering if you can die from hayfever?
She had it seance 2005 but she lost it.
Hayfever is a ragweed allergy.
I'm not sure I understand the question. If you are asking whether or not you can grow out of hayfever, the answer is yes, you can. In fact, this is common. Unfortunately, if you have hayfever now there is a good chance that you will continue to have allergy issues of some kind and may even start having the hayfever again. If you are asking how it is that people come to grow out of it - that is not well understood. We know that whether someone develops an allergic response to a protein (allergen) or the normal response to ignore it is complicated and depends on a number of factors. We do not know exactly why this changes over time. If you are asking what you can do to help yourself grow out of hayfever - I don't think anyone knows that. It might be an old wives tale but eating a spoon full of local honey during the hayfever season is supposed to be a cure, and it has always worked for me. Uou can also get injections that are supposed to inoculate against hayfever but they are painful and expensive.
Only if you're a horse
Yes, in the sense that they can suffer from hayfever.
either an allergy or hayfever
He had hayfever when he wrote it.
I dont think so
no definatley not that is a silly question!
Can I take Hayfever and allergy tablets whilst on Methotrexate
No. Only from the pollens given off by many types of plants.
coz dandelions stink. if they people hayfever why can't they give grass it too? i have hayfever and i think that dandelions should be abolished!!! who is with me??? huh huh????? Bob Bing-Merrilie
If you are sneezing, have itchy, red, watery or dry eyes, are coughing, have a stuffy nose or an itchy throat, then see a doctor. You may be unfourtunate enogh to have hayfever. If you have asthma or other allergues, or it runs in your family there is an increased chance!