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What can I do to treat my child's hay fever?
Does your child have the sniffles and the sneezes long after cold and flu season is over? Your little one could be suffering from hayfever.
Hayfever is a common allergy, with up to 40% of children suffering from hayfever, but there are things you can do to help.
Today, we’re going to take a look at all things hayfever and what you can do to help your child through hayfever season.
What allergy formula is best for children?
It’s best to avoid giving your child an allergy medicine in the form of a tablet, capsule or eye drops because they may struggle to take them or put up a fight.
There’s plenty of alternative formulas, like syrups and nasal sprays, that will be easier for you to administer.
Is beclometasone suitable for children?
Beclometasone is not suitable for use by children or adolescents under the age of 18.
If your child is suffering from hay fever and you need a way to ease their symptoms, speak to your doctor or pharmacist so they can help you to find suitable medication for them.
Are sodium cromoglicate eye drops suitable for children?
Sodium Cromoglicate eye drops are suitable for children who are suffering with hay fever or allergies.
If you want to give your child these eye drops for the first time and aren’t sure whether it’s right for them, speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
They’ll be able to let you know whether these eye drops are right for your child and how much you should use.
Are allergy nasal sprays suitable for children?
Allergy nasal sprays usually aren’t suitable for children.
If your child is suffering from hay fever symptoms which affect their nose, you may find that a barrier balm or nasal rinse will be better for them instead.
We’d recommend speaking to your doctor or pharmacist and asking them to recommend a suitable treatment.