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Allergy

Allergies can be frustrating and even life threatening, but taking preventative measures to minimise exposure and risk, as well as knowing what to do if you do have an allergic reaction, can help you deal with them. Our online service offers Telfast hay fever tablets and EpiPen adrenaline pens.

Allergy Products

Each pen contains a single dose of epinephrine

EpiPen

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Key Features
  • Used only in emergencies
  • Contains adrenaline
  • You must have been prescribed an EpiPen in the past to order one through our online clinic
It is important to have the appropriate training and technique to ensure you use your EpiPen's correctly.
Dr Gigi Taguri

Fexofenadine | 120mg

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Key Features
  • Treats hay fever
  • Can be taken daily
  • Non-drowsy
Telfast can help ease the symptoms of hayfever when they occur. It can also be taken daily as a preventative measure if you have symptoms regularly.
Dr Gigi Taguri

About Allergies

Allergic reactions happen when your body reacts to an allergen and releases histamine. This causes various symptoms such as:

  • a runny or blocked nose
  • asthma or coughing fits
  • inflammation or irritation of the eyes
  • skin irritation
  • swelling of the skin, lips or tongue

In more extreme circumstances, allergic reactions can cause anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis can cause swelling of the lips and tongue, breathing problems, collapse, and loss of consciousness. In some cases, anaphylaxis causes death, meaning it must always be treated as a medical emergency.

Anaphylactic shock will usually happen very soon after contact with an allergen, and is only treatable with emergency medical attention, which often includes an injection of adrenaline. 

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