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Cosmetic Medical Treatments - Hay Fever Treatment
Allergic Rhinitis (otherwise known as hay fever) is a common condition in Australia. Exposure to allergens just as pollen, dust, animal dander and more causes the release of a chemical histamine which causes symptoms such as a runny nose, congestion, sneezing and itchy eyes.
Hay fever is often chronic and can impact suffers quality of life.
The treatment of hay fever includes daily antihistamine tables, nasal sprays and eye drops.  Muscle relaxants can now provide a quick non-invasive option to treat symptoms of Hay fever.

How does it work?

The active ingredient in muscle relaxant medication targets the nerve endings in the
nasal mucosa reducing inflammation of the tissues and a subsequent reduction in symptoms. Results are predominantly seen in patients suffering from congestion and a runny nose.

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Treatment Summary

We recommend clients to take an oral antihistamine for a couple of days including the morning of the treatment. No allergy nasal sprays are to be used for 24 hours prior to your treatment.

A nasal flush using FESS ® is recommended 1 hour before treatment. This can be purchased at the pharmacy. We recommend not blowing your nose and to avoid vigorous exercise 4 hours post treatment.

It takes about 2 weeks for the hay fever treatment to work so we recommend continuing your regular hay fever medication for 2 weeks post treatment. Once symptoms improve medication can be stopped

Hay fever treatment doesn’t require the use of injections. The medication is administered using a nasal atomiser which ensures the active ingredient is evenly distributed in the nasal mucosa.

It is a tolerable pain free procedure.

Results last 6 months. Patients with moderate to severe symptoms might require a second dose in 3-4 weeks.

This is a non-invasive, treatment that is well tolerated with no downtime. The risks of hay fever treatment are minimal with no reported side effects. Hay fever treatment cannot be given to pregnant or breastfeeding women.

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