♀ Patient - Hay Fever Treatment

Hay Fever

What causes Hay Fever?
Hay Fever, or allergic rhinitis, is a very common allergic reaction to pollen or other allergens such as dust mites, animal dander (hair/fur) or mould.
This occurs when the allergen is inhaled and the person's immune system is sensitized.

Mild Hay Fever symptoms can be improved through over the counter medication or avoiding exposure to pollen. For more severe symptoms, there are prescription medication alternatives.

To get medically treated for Hay Fever, simply fill out the following short questionnaire. One of our doctors will review and, if medically suitable, they will send you a prescription to treat your Hay Fever.

Please note that some medications used to treat Hay Fever may cause drowsiness and this medication may affect the performance of skilled tasks such as driving or cycling. It should be avoided in those operating heavy machinery.

You may be unsuitable for this medication if you have a past history of liver disease, kidney disease, urinary retention or if you have ever had an adverse reaction to antihistamines.

How we work for you


  •  €25 / prescription

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  • Dr. Jody Shanahan-Prendergast
  • M.D., MRCGP, FRACGP

STEP 1 OF 3

Have you received a diagnosis of Hay Fever? *

Do you have a preferred specific medication for Hay Fever? *

What medications have you used to treat your Hay Fever in the past? *

For how long have you experienced symptoms of Hay Fever? *

What symptoms of Hay Fever do you have (multiples can be picked)? *

What is the duration of your current episode of Hay Fever? *

Have you met with your Doctor previously regarding your Hay Fever? *

Antihistamine tablets have been known to present a small possibility of causing drowsiness and impairing your ability to drive or operate machinery. Were you aware of this risk? *


STEP 2 OF 3

Have you been diagnosed with Asthma? *

Do you have any allergies that you know of? *

If you have an allergy, has this been confirmed by an allergen test? *

Are you currently pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant in the next 6 months??

Are you currently breastfeeding?

Do you currently take any prescription medications? *

Within the last 2 months have you or are you taking any prescription, non-prescription or herbal remedies that you have not already mentioned? *

Do you take recreational / illegal drugs? *

Apart from conditions already mentioned in this form, do you suffer from any other medical conditions or have you had any surgical procedures in the past that you feel our Doctors should be aware of? *


STEP 3 OF 3

Are you Male or Female? *

What is your current height (enter as centimetres)?

What is your current weight (enter as kg)?

Have you had your blood pressure measured recently, what was this reading?

Are you currently a smoker? *

Do you drink alcohol - weekly consumption (1 unit = 125ml wine, ½ pint beer)? *

I confirm that I fully understood and have read completely all questions in this form and all of my answers are true and accurate, to the best of my knowledge. *

With our new Covid19 rules have your prescription sent to a pharmacy of your choosing (place Pharmacy details below) *

I confirm that if I am prescribed this medication by the eClinic Doctors, it is for my own personal use only. *