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Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops prevent and relief itchy, red, watery eyes associated with hay fever. They work to reduce inflammation in the eye and replenish the protective tear film which protects your eyes from airborne particles.
Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops are only intended for eye irritations caused by hay fever. If your symptoms are caused by other allergens, such as pet dander or pollution, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist for advice.
With Prescription Doctor, you can buy Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops online from a UK pharmacy. All items dispatched from our pharmacy are packaged in discreet packaging and dispatched via a fast and discreet next-day delivery service.
If you are experiencing eye irritations, such as bloodshot or dry eyes which are not caused by hay fever, you can buy eye drops for other conditions online from Prescription Doctor.
Hay fever is an allergic response to pollen in the air. Pollen is a type of tiny particles released from plants, including trees and grass. You may be allergic to one specific type of pollen, which can affect when your symptoms occur and how long your hay fever symptoms last.
Between the months of May and July, the pollen count (the average amount of pollen in the air) is at its highest, though you may experience symptoms as early as February to as late as September, depending on the type of pollen you are allergic, as well as the weather conditions.
Tiny particles of pollen can irritate the membrane inside the eyelids and at the back of the eye called the conjunctiva.
In response, the body’s immune system releases histamine to attack the foreign substance. This histamine causes inflammation and dilation of the blood vessels, resulting in irritation and inflammation around the eyes.
Symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis include:
Allergic conjunctivitis may be present alongside other hay fever symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis, such as sneezing, an itchy nose and a sore throat.
While there is currently no cure for hay fever, there are a range of treatments available which can prevent or relieve your symptoms.
Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops contain an active ingredient called sodium cromoglicate. This ingredient prevents the body from releasing histamine, which in turn prevents the symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis from occurring.
It is important to be aware that Murine Hayfever relief eye drops only relieve the symptoms in the eyes, and do not treat symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing or coughing. You should only use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops in the eyes.
Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops contain a mast cell stabiliser called sodium cromoglicate.
Sodium cromoglicate prevents mast cells from releasing an inflammatory-causing chemical called histamine.
When an allergen is present, mast cells release a chemical called histamine. This chemical causes inflammation and the typical symptoms of hay fever.
Rather than blocking the action of histamine like a typical antihistamine, sodium cromoglicate prevents mast cells from releasing histamine in the first place, and reduces inflammation in the eye.
Moreover, Murine Hayfever eye drops also replenish the tear film, which helps to protect the cornea and remove irritating particles from the eyes.
Both actions of Murine Hayfever eye drops relieve hay fever symptoms in the eye while also providing comfort.
Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops are applied 4 times daily to prevent and treat eye symptoms caused by hay fever, such as itching, redness and watering.
To open the bottle of Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops, push down the cap on the bottle by turning it clockwise. This will cause a spike in the cap to pierce the protective seal on the bottle. Once the seal is broken, turn the cap counter-clockwise to remove the cap.
Take care when opening the bottle of Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops. Do not let the end of the dropper come into contact with your eye, fingers or any other surface. This can prevent contamination, which can lead to conjunctivitis.
Repeat the process 3 times a day.
If any excess fluid builds up at the corners of your eyes or runs down your face, simply dab it away with a clean, dry tissue.
For more information on how to use Murine eye drops, including how frequently you should use them, please read the patient information leaflet enclosed with your eye drops.
If you wear contact lenses, you should remove them before applying Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops.
Wait at least 15 minutes after applying Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops before reinserting your contact lenses or applying any other eye drops.
If you forget to use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops when you should, use it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue to take it as you normally would. Do not apply more eye drops to make up for the ones you missed.
Information on when to use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops can be found in the leaflet supplied with the medication.
If you use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops more often than you should, speak to your doctor for advice.
All medications carry the risk of side effects, though not everybody experiences them. Understanding the risk associated with the treatment you are using is important for your health.
Side effects of Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops include:
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of this medicine can be found within the included patient information leaflet enclosed with your treatment.
Do not use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops if you are allergic to sodium cromoglicate or any of the other ingredients of this medication. A full list of ingredients can be found in the patient information leaflet.
Signs of an allergic reaction include:
If you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant or are breastfeeding, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist before using Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops.
Always seek your doctor’s advice before you buy Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops online.
If you need to use Murine Hayfever relief for longer than 14 days, speak to your doctor.
Take care when handling ocular solutions. If handled wrongly, the bottle can become contaminated with common bacteria and lead to eye infections.
Be careful not to touch the tip of the bottle on your eye or any other surface.
Always replace the cap securely after use.
Do not use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops past the expiry date printed on the packaging.
Do not use Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops for more than 4 weeks after opening the bottle. After 4 weeks, you should throw the bottle away, even if there is still medicine in the bottle.
Never throw away medicine via household or water waste. Ask your local pharmacy to safely dispose any unwanted or expired medicine on your behalf.
Do not store Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops over 30°C.
Always store Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops in the original carton away from sunlight.
Always store medicine out of sight and reach from children and pets.
You should apply Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops before being exposed to allergens. Using them prior to exposure can prevent the eye symptoms associated with hay fever.
Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops should not affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. However, you should avoid driving or operating machinery if you experience any visual disturbances after applying the eye drops. In this case, you should refrain from these activities until you feel you are safe to do so.
If you have recently had eye surgery, speak to your doctor or ophthalmologist before using Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops.
Preventing itchy eyes caused by hay fever (allergic conjunctivitis) can be difficult, but there are some ways you can minimise the risk of getting pollen in your eyes.
The simplest solution is to avoid pollen altogether, though this is easier said than done. Staying indoors with doors and windows shut is an effective but not always viable solution to beat hay fever.
If you need to go outside while the pollen is high and want to reduce your risk of symptoms, you should protect your eyes from pollen as much as you can. Wearing a hat (such as a baseball cap or sun hat) can prevent pollen from falling into your eyes. Sunglasses, particularly the wrap-around variety, are relatively effective at preventing pollen from getting into your eyes.
It is advisable to keep up to date with the pollen count in your area by regularly checking the weather report. The Met Office in the UK provide pollen count updates throughout the pollen season.
When used regularly, Murine Hayfever Relief eye drops are also effective at preventing symptoms from arising. Murine eye drops are available to buy without prescription from Prescription Doctor.
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