apart from the usual stuff to manage the symptoms (nose sprays, antihistamines) you can do immunotherapy. they basically give you a small dose of the allergen (e.g. grass pollen) and you get used to it over time (usually years).
problem is its something that youll have to pay for yourself, not even private insurance will cover it. for grass pollen alone you're looking at 1-2k and 1) it might not work 2) likely shes allergic to other pollens as well (e.g. tree, weed etc).
as far as i know they are the only options really, i have hayfever as well and have looked into it a bit
I wish someone would find a cure because I’m allergic to everything. When it’s at its worst in June I often shower three times daily. The antihistamines that don’t make you drowsy don’t work and the ones that do mong me out. Fvck knows why I didn’t ever move to the coast because it makes a massive difference and when I’m on holiday is the only time my nose isn’t congested
It sucks, doesn't it? Mine came out of nowhere in my early teens. Pollen, dust, freshly cut grass etc would set me off for the day. Also ended up suffering from hayfever induced asthma which landed me in hospital on one occasion.
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