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  • What causes hay fever

    Hay fever occurs when and allergen that you are sensitive to comes in contact with your nose and/or eyes. So what could these allergens be?

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  • Hay fever symptoms

    Hay fever is related to a lot of unpleasant symptoms including a runny nose, sneezing, congestion and watery eyes.

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  • Hay fever management

    Are your hay fever symptoms bothering you? Based on your individual needs, there are different management options available.

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Darren Palmer
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Darren is one of Australia’s leading interior design gurus and judge of Channel 9’s hit show The Block. His career puts him in the spotlight but many people don't realise that Darren has suffered with hay fever symptoms for many years.

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Hay Fever Types

What kind of hay fever do you have?




1. Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy ASCIA 'Is it allergic rhinitis (hay fever)?' Accessed July 22 2015

2. Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia 'Allergic Rhinitis' Accessed September 17 2015

3. Canonica GW., et al. Allergy. 2007;62 Suppl 85:17-25

Need hay fever help?
Try a doctor!

It's the kind of hay fever that sticks around despite your best efforts. You have probably given over-the-counter pharmacy products a chance, including natural remedies and even acupuncture. You may have used remedies that you found online or were suggested by friends. These may be effective for some people, but right now nothing seems to be working for you, right?

It's simple. Go and see your doctor.

In recent consumer research, 53% of people had never consulted a doctor for their hay fever symptoms1. So is it time to try something different?

Remember your doctor can help you with managing your hay fever. They can provide you with advice and treatment options best suited to you.

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1. Allergic Rhinitis in Australia' McCrindle consumer research, commissioned by GSK. Quantitative online survey conducted 8-14th September 2015 of 1,027 Australian respondents aged 18 years and over who selected suffering from hay fever.

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