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Antihistamines – A WonderBaba Guide!

Here is a little guide with everything you need to know about antihistamines!

Antihistamines are medicines that treat allergic conditions. They work by relieving symptoms rather than curing conditions.  They treat symptoms like itching, rash, hives, hay fever, runny eyes or nose due to allergy, irritation from bites or stings or even food allergies.

An oral antihistamine solution may be used if your child is over two years of age. Continue reading


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Does your child have an allergy or medical condition? This will help!

Keeping your child safe from their allergy or highlighting their medical condition can be a challenge.. here’s a solution!Allermates-GRP-Stack-bands

Having a child with an allergy or medical condition comes with a whole array of worries for Mums and Dads.  As someone who grew up with a bad dairy allergy I can completely empathise with how hard it is to protect your child from the one thing (or many things!) which they can’t have and also how hard it is to ensure the  people who are involved in your child’s life understand and remember the importance of your child’s medical need.   I came across a product range recently in the pharmacy which struck me as incredibly useful and helpful in this instance and so wanted to share it with you in the hope your little one will suffer less as a result! Continue reading


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Hay Fever and Children

red hair - wonderbabaHay Fever and Children

Hay Fever is essentially an allergic reaction to pollen.  It can be triggered by pollen from trees, grass, or weeds.  Tree pollen tends to be released first usually in Spring and is usually due to Birch, Elder or Hazel trees.  Grass pollen is generally a little later during late Spring or early Summer and weed pollen can be released at any stage from early Spring to late Autumn. So really we are talking March to October! A person can be allergic to just one type of pollen or all types so the symptoms of hay fever and when they arrive can vary greatly from child to child.  Hay fever can also be caused by spores from mould or fungi. Continue reading