You probably thinking how can you go wrong with hayfever tablets. Trust me you can I just did otherwise I wouldn’t be writing this blog if it went wrong. So the other day on Wednesday (13.6.18) I brought some hayfever tablets from my local supermarket store that’s on my doorstep.
They didn’t have what I normally have so I just got something else in the replacement for it; however I forgot that I was allergic to the certain something that was in the hayfever tablets, so I was literally thought “oh yeah they would be fine” and when I took it my eyes were like puffy around my eyes. I weren’t sure why that was happening so I took a paracetamol to reduce the puffy around my eyes and I could sleep to which actually worked my eyes weren’t as puffy as they were.
Then I took it again yesterday (14.6.18) the pain around my right eye with a headache feeling; that’s when I realise that I was having allergic reaction to the tablets, I looked at the tablet box and reread the thing and I realised that I was allergic reaction to the thing. It was the same thing that I was allergic to the hayfever medication that my sister has. I was like you idiot why would you do continue taking it if you allergic reaction to it?
For my own safety I gave the hayfever tablets to my sister who isn’t allergic to it because I know that she can handle it than I can. So she got free hayfever tablets at the end of the day and I’m just going to continue suffer the hayfever until I get the ones that I need that I’m not allergic to.
Lesson learnt not to buy things that you are allergic to or you think you might be allergic too. Just don’t buy it no matter how much your hayfever is giving you grief. Got to love my stupidity at the end of the day. Yes I did take a paracetamol to stop the pain and the allergic reaction spreading last night.