Eye Allergies

Eye allergies is also known as allergic conjunctivitis and symptoms range from person to person. The most common symptom of eye allergy is itching. However, symptoms can range from redness, dryness, watery eyes, and puffiness around the eyes.

Furthermore, eye allergies can flare up at any time but most commonly occur in the spring or fall when allergens are at their highest. For most people, eye allergy symptoms last for 4-8 weeks and primarily during allergy season.

This will sound obvious but the easiest thing to do is to avoid what you are allergic to! We understand this is not always possible so luckily there are great over the counter and prescription allergy eye drops that can help with the itching associated with allergies.

 

Curious if you have eye allergies? Schedule an eye exam today!

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