Greatest Cockney Rip Off wrote:quote="vietnammer"]Are the farmers cutting sileage now (used to be July down west) ? That is a prime trigger for hayfever, which it sounds like you've got.[/quote
Sileage or rapeseed does it for me... absolute nightmare. Constant sneezing and running nose. Eyes stinging too sometimes. Funny thing is, I never had hay fever until I moved to Kent.
Can Hay fever affect you even if you're not leaving the house - it began to affect me as soon as we got back to Skye in June and I wasn't really going out much at all ?
I've never suffered from hay fever before .
However , the more I thought about it the more it seemed like hay fever as this ' cold ' went on for weeks - then I had to go to hospital for 15 days where I was treated with 3 different types of antibiotics followed by another 7 days of oral antibiotics when I got home .
Got to Elgin on Monday night , ok Tuesday then Wednesday morning I couldn't stop sneezing and my rose is running faster than Usain Bolt . Went through 2 rolls of toilet tissue [ on my nose
] feeling right miserable .
Do antibiotics lower your immune system that much , it's been over a month since I left hospital , can't remember having this many colds before - my boy turns round to me yesterday and says [ quite seriously ] 'I think you might have AIDS , Dad ' to which Jennie replies ' Oh no , he was given an AIDS test while he was in hospital ' .
They're the ones who are suppose to cheer me up .