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Symptoms changed according to number of doses


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Vaxx causing allergies by messing with the immune system, so more getting hayfever this time of year. Prove me wrong. xD

 

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Bear Hug
2 minutes ago, BoSon said:

Vaxx causing allergies by messing with the immune system, so more getting hayfever this time of year. Prove me wrong. xD

 

I had no hay fever at all last year but I had some this year. Not vaxed, and not been indoors more either. Not sure what the difference is, something to do with the weather 

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1 minute ago, Bear Hug said:

I had no hay fever at all last year but I had some this year. Not vaxed, and not been indoors more either. Not sure what the difference is, something to do with the weather 

I suffer badly from hayfever, but most summers I'm fine as long as I stay close to home.  Live in a coastal town, with prevailing wind off the sea. 
But some summers, we get the nightmare combo of a wind off the fields coinciding with high pollen season for the oilseed rape, and I'm fucked.
so yeah, the wind direction and whats planted upwind are massive factors.

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17 minutes ago, Bricks & Mortar said:

I suffer badly from hayfever, but most summers I'm fine as long as I stay close to home.  Live in a coastal town, with prevailing wind off the sea. 
But some summers, we get the nightmare combo of a wind off the fields coinciding with high pollen season for the oilseed rape, and I'm fucked.
so yeah, the wind direction and whats planted upwind are massive factors.

Lots more grass and stuff about as councils have been cutting back on the normal verge maintenance, supposedly for nature's benefit but more likely budget cuts and lack of staff due to furlough and now pingdemic.

If they were serious about it they'd plant wildflowers instead of letting all the unsightly plain grass and weeds get overgrown.

Personally I find my symptoms worst when I overheat as the stress on the body seems to trigger my hayfever. I've not really suffered from it this year apart from a couple of times after exercise when hot and tired, though strangely it never happens during the exercise itself, only when I stop. Could be a coincidence and I've happened to stop near something I'm allergic to, seems a bit bizarre though.

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1 hour ago, Bricks & Mortar said:

I suffer badly from hayfever, but most summers I'm fine as long as I stay close to home.  Live in a coastal town, with prevailing wind off the sea. 
But some summers, we get the nightmare combo of a wind off the fields coinciding with high pollen season for the oilseed rape, and I'm fucked.
so yeah, the wind direction and whats planted upwind are massive factors.

I had three easy years of it in Aberystwyth for these reasons. Pretty much always a westerly there...

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