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It's started very early this year round here (Derbyshire)
Helped no doubt by the unseasonal warm weather.
Not normally a problem until April each year.
A really nice day, this morning we drove through country lanes to a local Supermarket, sun roof fully open.
Tonight suffering, runny nose & itchy eyes !
Our garden is full of Daffodils too....
We are also surrounded by Birch trees, which are my main trigger.
Started medication (anti-histamine tablets & Steroid nasal spray) and put into operation the household air filter, which will now run 24/7.
Plus recirculated filtered air in Cars.
There are certain times of the day when pollen levels are at their highest.
Generally the pollen counts peak at between 9 a.m. and 12 midday.
Then they lower until about 5 p.m. when they rise until about 7 p.m.
When I first saw the title of this thread I thought it was a sequel to Hayfever 1976!