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How does Telfast rate for you?

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#5 shane 2012-08-27 17:08

I am 14 and suffer teribly from hayfever . My eyes even swell at times . I would recommend takin a telfast on a bad day when you are itchy or sore or whatever the symtoms . But as there are not mani tablets in the pack , on a day you are not so bad , i would recommend you take a zyzal . As you can only take one antihystamine a day take a singulair in the evening before the pollen falls
#4 2010-09-29 00:12

telfast 180 is great. the only product that has worked for me without making drowsy!
#3 2010-06-07 14:31

I usually only get hayfever (constant sneezing) when I mow the lawn. I find that the telfast tablets help minimise the sneezing but does not stop it!
#2 Larkspur 2010-02-08 03:22

I always find Loratidine tablets better than others and you can buy them cheaply in most supermarkets – under a £1 but the branded ones can be much more expensive. I want to know if anyone out there gets swollen eyes and a fluey feeling as early as February. I live in Wales UK
 #1 2010-01-15 12:38

I recently bought Telfast for my husband who has been looking for a cure for his hayfever. While he had used them in the past, he wasn’t sure how effective they were. Turns out they didn’t help at all, so we’re still searching for a good medication…


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