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Fighting Hay Fever

I’m heavily medicated today, so when I’m not sleeping I’ll be laying pretty low. I just got back from the store where I bent over for Uncle Sam so I could get some Sudafed. The real stuff, not the crap they sell OTC now. You know what PE in Sudafed PE stands for? Placebo Effect. That stuff doesn’t work at all.

I’m not a big believer in Claratin either. It helps, but not anything like Benadryl. Benadryl is the shit, but it totally screws me up.

2 Responses to “Fighting Hay Fever”

  1. Ahab says:

    They removed the pseudoephedrine from the dayquill and nyquill tablets as well. All I can say is that I don’t have time for this sissy-pansy non-narcotic bullshit, give me my pseudoephedrine!

    Just because some assclown made some meth doesn’t mean I should be treated like a felon.

    Sorry, I’m in the same boat as you are, and I’m a bit tetchy.

  2. JustDoIt says:

    I used Claratin-D for years until it simply stopped working for me (after about 10 years of use). I’m now using Singulair and it’s working very well. (Perscription only)

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