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A 43-year-old member asked:

Watery eyes, sensitivity to light, and runny nose - are these allergy symptoms?

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Dr. Jack Sipperley
Ophthalmology 50 years experience
Could be: Your symptoms may be due to allergies, dry eyes(keratitis sicca) or inflammation of the eye (iritis or uveitis). If your symptoms do not respond to allergy medicine or artificial tears then you should see your ophthalmologist.
Dr. Lily Hwang
Pediatric Allergy and Asthma 18 years experience
Possibly: These symptoms may be caused by allergies or also can be viral. If you have them frequently lasting longer than 2 weeks, most likely an allergy trigger. An allergist can help evaluate your symptoms and help treat it appropriately.

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A 47-year-old member asked:

What can cause watery eyes, sensitivity to light, and runny nose?

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Dr. Lily Hwang
Pediatric Allergy and Asthma 18 years experience
Possibly: These symptoms may be caused by allergies or also can be viral. If you have them frequently lasting longer than 2 weeks, most likely an allergy trigger. An allergist can help evaluate your symptoms and help treat it appropriately.

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Last updated Oct 3, 2016

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