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Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen and is usually worst from late March to mid-September. Although there is currently no hay fever cure, there is a range of hay fever treatments available to relieve symptoms. This includes hay fever tablets, eye drops, and nasal sprays.

At ZAVA you can request treatment with one of these medications. In order to do so you just need to complete a short medical questionnaire where we ask you about your symptoms and medical history. One of our doctors will review your answers and – if treatment is suitable for you – provide you with a prescription. Afterwards, you can have your medication delivered to your door or pick it up from your local pharmacy.

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Frequently asked questions

What can you take for hay fever during pregnancy?

It’s best to speak to a doctor about which hay fever medications you can use during pregnancy. You can usually take some low-dose antihistamines, such as loratadine and cetirizine, but it’s always best to check as your circumstances may be different.

Can you drink alcohol while taking hay fever tablets?

You might be able to drink alcohol while taking your hay fever tablets, but check the patient information leaflet. Alcohol isn’t recommended if you’ve got hay fever as it can make them worse. It can also make you feel drowsy, especially if you’re taking a drowsy antihistamine.

Does hay fever cause a cough?

A hay fever cough is less common, but can happen because of irritation in the throat caused by pollen. This may be worse if you’re sleeping with your mouth open because your nose is blocked. You may also find that your throat is tickly and dry.

Hay fever cough treatment may include steam inhalation or using a nasal spray to clear allergens from the nose and throat.

How do I choose the right treatment?

You can try different treatments to see which one works best, or speak to a pharmacist or doctor who can help you choose the right treatment. If your symptoms are moderate to severe, they may recommend a prescription hay fever treatment. If your symptoms mainly affect your nose, a nasal spray may be recommended.

Can hay fever cause a positive COVID test?

No, hay fever can have some similar symptoms to COVID, but it cannot cause a positive COVID test. If you’ve got a positive COVID test, this is likely because you have COVID, but you can take another to make sure.

Can hay fever cause asthma?

Hay fever cannot cause asthma, but it can make your symptoms worse. The things that trigger asthma, such as allergens, also trigger hay fever, so you may get symptoms for both. This may mean that you need your inhaler more than usual, and is more likely to happen if you have seasonal asthma.

Speak to your doctor if your hay fever and asthma symptoms are being triggered at the same time, as they may want to adjust your asthma treatment plan.

What are the worst months for pollen (UK)?

The worst months for pollen in the UK is around late-March to September.

When should I start using hay fever nasal spray?

You can start using hay fever nasal spray whenever hay fever season starts or about 1-2 weeks before you would normally start to get symptoms. Taking hay fever treatments before you get symptoms and taking it every day is likely to relieve your symptoms better than only taking it when your symptoms are triggered.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Babak Ashrafi Clinical Lead for Service Expansion
Accreditations: BSc, MBBS, MRCGP (2008)

Babak studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 2003, having also gained a bachelor’s degree in Physiology during his time there. He completed his general practice (GP) training in East London, where he worked for a number of years as a partner at a large inner-city GP practice. He completed the Royal College of GPs membership exam in 2007.

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Last reviewed: 26 Mar 2024

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