Private Hayfever Injection Wolverhampton & Shrewsbury

Hay Fever symptoms can affect us at many times during the year and severe cases can adversely impact on our day to day lives.

Hay Fever is an allergy to certain pollens with symptoms including sneezing and itchy eyes. Most people use tablets such as antihistamines to treat the condition – but there is a more convenient and often more effective treatment available in the form of a steroid injection. Hay Fever injections are an alternative treatment for patients who have found no success with other remedies.

Please refer to this advice on the injection before booking an appointment.

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What is the Hay Fever injection?

The injection is for the treatment of severe hay fever and should be considered as a second stage of treatment for patients who have already tried and had little relief from other forms of medication.

The injection does not cure hay fever, it temporarily suppresses the immune system enough to take away the symptoms in most people who need it.

Before having the injection one of our doctors will first assess your current hay fever symptom management and carry out a quick medical assessment to make sure it is suitable for you. If you are a suitable candidate, the injection can be carried out during the appointment.

An injection is £99.00 with further injections, if required, available at £49.50 per injection.

How can I treat Hay Fever?

Hay fever is the immune system’s response to a foreign substance entering the body, which attempts to remove it.

In the case of hay fever, this foreign body is pollen, which is harmless to health but causes our immune system to simply over-react. Common symptoms include an itchy nose, sneezing, runny nose and nasal congestion. Trees produce pollen in late spring, and some grasses continue to produce pollen until September; meaning the season can last for many months.

Around 10 per cent of hay fever sufferers find their symptoms do not respond to readily available treatments such as anti-histamine tablets, eye drops and nasal sprays.

Antihistamines are not without side effects and they do not prove effective in every case. As an alternative, sufferers may consider the use of steroids – a powerful anti-inflammatory medication which suppresses the body’s immune system response.

Steroid treatments are available in the form of an injection. The injection effectively contains the same medication as steroid tablets, but the route of administration is different.

What are the benefits of the Injection?

Sufferers generally only require one injection to reduce symptoms for the entire hay fever season. Compared to taking tablets every day, that’s very convenient.

One of the benefits of the injection is that it does not have to go through the liver or the digestive system, so you can administer a slightly lower dose than the tablet form.

Our assessment will look at the symptoms that you are currently experiencing along with the treatment that you are currently using. Our GP will then advise of other suitable types of treatment where appropriate which may include the Hay Fever Injection.

Around 10% of sufferers do not respond to conventional treatment, so an injection can help to get through the season.

How long does the injection last?

One injection can be enough to last for a whole hay fever season, depending on pollen levels and the severity of your allergy. 

You can have multiple doses of the injection over the Hay Fever season, to a maximum of three doses but these must be carried out at least eight weeks apart. 

What is
the cost?

Although Summerfield Healthcare is a private practice our fees are low cost and structured with you in mind. Initial consultation fees are listed below:

Offer: Initial Injection

(Offer price valid until the 31st March 2020, usually £99)

Further injections


the team

Dr Vivake Roddah

General Practitioner / Medical Director

Dr Vivake Roddah is a GP with professional interests in Dermatology, Minor surgery and Occupational Medicine. He completed his GP training in the Oxford Deanery and has had the opportunity of working with patients from many different backgrounds.

Dr Serena Salamat

General Practitioner - Women’s Services

Dr Salamat, who also works within an NHS practice, studied medicine at Keele University Medical School, qualifying in 2008.

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