Managing your hay fever symptoms

If you have asthma it is essential to manage your hay fever symptoms as well as you taking your usual medication to prevent worsening of your symptoms.

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Helpline and Live Chat

Our Helpline Advisors deal with thousands of enquiries every year. The team includes our in-house Clinical experts who can help with more complex questions.

Translation Cards

If you or your child have a food allergy, Allergy UK can help protect you and your family when travelling abroad. Cards for over 70 different allergens are available in 35 languages.

Dietitian Service

Allergy UK’s Dietitian Service provides specialist allergy advice to help inform and guide parents of children from 0-5 years old who are presenting with symptoms of food allergy, and have not been referred to a dietitian.

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Latest Updates

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Allergy Insights Podcast: Anaphylaxis and AAI's

We’ve recorded a new episode of our ‘The Allergy Insights’ podcast that provides expert advice on anaphylactic reactions and the use of adrenaline to support patients and carers of those at risk of anaphylaxis.

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Latest advice

Thunderstorm Asthma

With thunderstorms predicted to affect the UK over the next few days some people living with asthma or hay fever might find that their symptoms are triggered or worsened by the weather conditions – this is known as Thunderstorm Asthma.

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Allergy UK formally launch a new Patient Charter

Allergy UK has formally launched a new Patient Charter for Allergy at a Parliamentary Reception hosted at the House of Commons. The reception, held on 11th May 2022, brought together Parliamentarians, clinical experts, and Allergy UK to discuss the profound impact that allergies can have on quality of life.

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