Hay fever commonly starts in March and may last to July, August or even September.
It is due to an allergy to pollens from trees, grasses and some plants. It is your immune systems response to the pollen.
Sneezing, runny and blocked nose.
Red and itchy eyes.
Tiredness, lethargy and exhaustion.
THERE IS NO KNOWN CURE FOR HAY FEVER.
Common treatment consists of antihistamine tablets, nasal sprays and steroid tablets on prescription.
10% of people do not respond to these, with symptoms making their life a misery.