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Private Hay Fever Treatment

If you suffer from hay fever you’ll experience a range of symptoms. Some of these symptoms are manageable with home remedies, however, others may need medication and some severe cases might benefit from speaking to a GP for further treatment.

Book to speak with a GP today, with all previous treatments available. You can also call us on 0203 553 0266 if you would like to discuss our hay fever treatment options.


Hay fever treatments

There are a number of hay fever treatments which can make a huge difference to your day-to-day life. The most effective way to treat hay fever is a mixture of antihistamines, nasal sprays and eye drops. All of these products help to provide all-day relief from hay fever symptoms. 

Some of the more common solutions to dealing with pollen include: 


If you’re buying medications over the shelf there are a few things that you should make note of before purchasing. Tablets that contain Loratadine and Cetirizine are non-drowsy antihistamines great for tackling symptoms during the day. Antihistamines that contain Chlorpheniramine and Diphenhydramine are drowsy, which are good to use if you need a good night’s sleep without sneezing. These are best started 2-3 weeks before the start of the pollen season.

Nasal Sprays

Be patient with nasal sprays, for them to take effect you will need to use one regularly over a period of time. They work particularly well if you suffer from nose congestion during the season. 

Eye drops

Itchy or dry eyes can quickly be solved with eye drops. Keep a bottle in your bag so you can relieve irritable eyes on the go. 

Other treatment

If you have exhausted all options then you might benefit from speaking to a GP to discuss treatment options. 

By booking with one of our GPs they can assess your symptoms and advice on the best treatment available for you. 


Hay Fever Symptoms 

Here are some of the symptoms you are likely to experience when there is a high pollen count

  • Sneezing
  • Blocked or runny nose
  • Itchy or watery eyes
  • Blocked sinuses, headaches and migraines
  • Wheezing and shortness of breath
  • Fatigue

What are the causes of hay fever?

Hay fever or allergic rhinitis is an allergy to pollen or even dust and mould. According to Allergy UK, hay fever affects about 20% of the population. If you have a family history of asthma or eczema, you are most likely to also have hay fever. 

Pollen, the main cause of hay fever, is high during warm, dry and windy weather. Not only this but there are different types of pollen:

  • Tree pollen: high pollen count during February to June
  • Grass pollen: high pollen count during May to July
  • Weed pollen: high pollen count during June to September


You can also call us if you would like to find out more about our hay fever treatment options on: 0203 553 0266

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Reviewed by: Dr Preethi Daniel, GP & Clinical Director at London Doctors Clinic

Published: April 2023

Review Date: April 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book a hay fever treatment appointment?

Our private hay fever treatments are available at our clinics nationwide. You can book your hay fever appointment today. 

How much does private hay fever treatment cost?

The cost of your hay fever treatment will be determined in your consultation with the GP once the best course of treatment has been decided. The cost of the treatment will be in addition to the cost of GP appointment which is from £89.

What hay fever treatments do you offer?

If you have exhausted all options, and want hay fever relief, speak to one of our GPs today about options.

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