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How often do your symptoms occur?
How long have your symptoms been occurring?
How do symptoms impact day-to-day life?
Never
Sometimes
Often
They’re troublesome
They disrupt sleep patterns
They make it difficult to concentrate
They negatively impact work or school life
They negatively impact daily activities, such as social life
They make playing sport more difficult
How old is the allergy sufferer?

Non-sedating antihistamines, like Claratyne or Aerius, which can often help to control mild allergy symptoms in the short-term, may also be beneficial. However, if symptoms persist or worsen, we recommend you seek medical advice as soon as possible.5

Learn more about hayfever allergies and help minimise your symptoms in our Allergies Explained section.

Please note: this information does not replace the advice of your healthcare professional. If you require further information regarding your allergy symptoms or treatment options, please consult your GP or pharmacist.

Based on the frequency and severity of the symptoms you've outlined, your results indicate Nasonex® Allergy nasal spray may be a suitable solution.

Intranasal corticosteroid nasal sprays (INCS), like Nasonex® Allergy, are recommended as an effective treatment for hayfever symptoms, whether they occur seasonally or all year round.
Available over the counter from your local pharmacy, Nasonex® Allergy nasal spray can help to both relieve and prevent hayfever symptoms.5 Find out where to buy here

Learn more about hayfever allergies and help minimise your symptoms in our Allergies Explained section.

Please note: this information does not replace the advice of your healthcare professional. If you require further information regarding your allergy symptoms or treatment options, please consult your GP or pharmacist.

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Non-sedating antihistamines, such as Claratyne for Children, may provide a suitable option for the symptoms outlined.

Learn more about hayfever allergies and help minimise your symptoms in our Allergies Explained section.

Please note: this information does not replace the advice of your healthcare professional. If you require further information regarding your allergy symptoms or treatment options, please consult your GP or pharmacist.

The symptoms you’ve outlined indicate you may need to consult your child’s general practitioner or pharmacist for advice on recommended hayfever treatment options.