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Dr. Marvin Ott
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Antihistamine Eye Drops (Overview)

Antihistamine eye drops is an eye-affecting agent.


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Does an extend use of antihistamine eye drops has counterindications?

Does an extend use of antihistamine eye drops has counterindications?

Extended: First. Some people have too much butning or swelling from the drops and can;t take them. Secondly make sure sure they are not steroid related as cheonic side effects will occur. Otherwise you may be on orinary antihistamine eye drops for an extended period of time with no side effects. ...Read more

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Dr. Marvin Ott
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Antihistamine Eye Drops (Overview)

Antihistamine eye drops is an eye-affecting agent.


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Can I use antihistamine eye drops if I already use maxidex drops?

Can I use antihistamine eye drops if I already use maxidex drops?

Ask your doctor: Maxidex is a pretty strong steroid so i suspect something important is going on with your eyes. As such, i would not self treat with over the counter medications without the advice and consent of your treating physician. ...Read more

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Does an extend use of antihistamine eye drops has counterindications?

Extended: First. Some people have too much butning or swelling from the drops and can;t take them. Secondly make sure sure they are not steroid related as cheonic side effects will occur. Otherwise you may be on orinary antihistamine eye drops for an extended period of time with no side effects. ...Read more

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Can I use antihistamine eye drops if I already use maxidex drops?

Ask your doctor: Maxidex is a pretty strong steroid so i suspect something important is going on with your eyes. As such, i would not self treat with over the counter medications without the advice and consent of your treating physician. ...Read more

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Can you use antihistamine eye drops for irritation due to herpes in the eye?

Can you use antihistamine eye drops for irritation due to herpes in the eye?

Won't help: If you have active herpes in the eye, you need an antiviral medication, not an antihistamine. If you have 'dendrites', make sure you don't use anything with steroids. It will make it worse. Either way, i hope you're seeing an eye doc. ...Read more

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Burning itchy eyes. Not allergic but taking prescribed antihistamines and eye drops. Feels like sand in eyes but no injury occurred.

Burning itchy eyes. Not allergic but taking prescribed antihistamines and eye drops. Feels like sand in eyes but no injury occurred.

Dry eye is treated: differently from other issues such as ocular inflammation or allergies. But, they commonly can present with the same symptoms. Usually lubricating eye drops are first line therapy for dry eyes. Studies have shown that Omega-3 supplements may help as well. We can also place punctual plugs and use topical cyclosporine ophthalmic emulsion drops are some of many potential treatments. ...Read more

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Eye irritation for 5 weeks, had antibiotic eye drops, antihistamines, bathe them in water and still nothing. Gunky, red and painful, what could it be?

Eye irritation for 5 weeks, had antibiotic eye drops, antihistamines, bathe them in water and still nothing. Gunky, red and painful, what could it be?

History, exam, test.: Today i saw someone who started with pollen allergies but ended up with far worse allergy to antibiotic eye ointment given by a well meaning doctor. Are you allergic to allergens in your environment (pets, pollen)? Overly dry eyes? A slit lamp exam, thorough history and likely allergy testing are important here. ...Read more

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Can i take polysporin eye drops with antihistamine?

Can i take polysporin eye drops with antihistamine?

Yes: The two medications are different classes, the former is for a bacterial eye infection, and the later is for the itching that occurs with allergies. A caveat would be if you are trying to decrease some untoward side effect of too much polysporin use, which can cause a contact dermatitis and conjunctivitis. I'd make sure that you follow up with your eye doctor if you are still experiencing eye issu. ...Read more

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What is the best allergy treatment for eyes I mean the best eye drops for allergy. Not over-the-counter drugs. Oral antihistamine alone not helping.

What is the best allergy treatment for eyes I mean the best eye drops for allergy. Not over-the-counter drugs. Oral antihistamine alone not helping.

Patanol: I prefer patanol drops. There are others which are similar. The important thing is to wash your face with a cool wash cloth before applying to remove any lingering allergens from your facial skin and around your eyes. This helps my patients a great deal. If you're not better with drops see an allergist for testing, you may want to consider allergy shots. ...Read more

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Dr. Paul Carter
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Antihistamine (Definition)

Sedating and non-sedating antihistamines prevent and treat allergic reactions, and are ...Read more


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