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My Eyes Are Constantly Burning Could This Be Due To Allergies
Possibly: The feeling of burning of the eye surface is common and actually most often due to eye dryness. If accompanied by redness and clear discharge, it might be allergic. If the vision is preserved and there is no pain, then you can try over the counter lubricating eyedrops for the dryness and anti-allergic drops for the possible allergy. If persistent, see your ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
I have red, burning puffy skin under the eyes. It feels so tender and raw. I am sure this is due to allergies as I also sneeze constantly, but the itchy burning eyes are the most intolerable! What can I do to soothe the burning skin around the eyes?
Likely allergies: Based on the symptoms you describe, it is likely that you have allergies that are affecting your eyes - also known as "allergic conjunctivitis". You could consider taking an over-the-counter antihistamine (such as Allegra, (fexofenadine) Zyrtec, or Claritin) to help treat this. The best way to know for sure, however, is to have a doctor examine you. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm not allergic to anything or get allergies normally, but i started getting burning and red skin on the outer corners of my eyes. What could it be?
Allergy or infection: Patients with severe allergies get inflammation on the eyelids and around the eyes and at the corners of the mouth. This is a skin inflammation called atopic dermatitis. Try an allergy pill like loratidine and a mositerizer like cetaphil or lubriderm (unscented). If it does not go away or gets worse (more red or weepy) go to your doctor. ...Read more
My mother took a medicine that caused her eyes to go red and it could be an allergy. Her eyes are burning extremely. What should she do ??
I have red burning eyes, mostly left w/draining.I thought it was allergies so Dr called in Zpack yesterday. But painful today, what could it be?
I have no history of allergies but all this week my nose has been running, eyes burning, and I'm sneezing a lot. What could this be?
Allergy: Sounds like something you came in contact with is bothering you. ...Read more
Itchy eyes and nose,GI upset,anxiety,sinusitis(tried 5 rounds of abx-no relief),burning sensation all over my body in my nerves.could it be allergy?
Much too young!: You are much too young (at 25 !!) to have all these problems. Sounds like in addition to a complete physical exam you also need some professional counseling! Ask your Primary Care Provider for a referral after the complete exam results are available! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
I've been prone to sneezing burning eyes ,no redness and runny nose since 3 months non stop. Never had a history of allergies.What could be the cause?
See allergist: Unless you have been tested, you cannot rule out allergies. Yet burning eyes is not typical for allergic conjunctivitis and more suggestive of dry eyes or an irritant reaction to eye cosmetics (Mascara) and even infection. Vasomotor rhinitis is yet another possibility. Suggest that you consult an allergist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a recurring red rash around my eyes. Itchy, swells, burning, and no one has been able to determine what's causing it. Not an allergy.
Hard to say: Perhaps seeing a dermatologist or second opinion if one has not done so already ...Read more
My nose and eyes are burning/itching...but i feel that all over my body.can allergies cause something similar like a burning feeling in your nerves?
YES: Certainly get an allergic medical consultation.Get a more detailed answer ›
The skin around my eyes is burning but my eyes arefine. No allergies. No visual markings. Washing and cream for rashes & burns etc doesn't with work..?
Feeling like eye floater & mild burning in eye. It gets better when i wash eyes with cold water. Is this inflammation, allergy, infect, or floater.
Burning vs itchiness: Burning is usually due to drying out of the tear film (ie, dry eye, meibomian gland dysfunction, chemical exposure); allergies usually cause itchiness. Viral infections usually cause severe itchiness; bacterial infections cause severe yellowish/green discharge. Floaters are the black objects many see when looking at a white background. If in doubt, see your eyemd. Eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can seasonal allergies cause dizziness and burning eyes? I also have Eustachian tube dysfunction.
Eyes are red, burning, watery, itching. Comes and goes. Upon waking sometimes also. Dry climate. Should I get dry eye or allergy eye drops?
Started using new under eye concealer 3 days ago. Burning, itching skin under eyes and under brow line. Swollen and red. Small bumps. No allergies.
8 year old is in tears over burning legs. ( they are not hot to touch) seasonal allergies are bad. Burning swollen itchy eyes. Why are legs burning?
Uncertain: Seasonal allergy is not related to burning legs which may be a neurologic issue. If your child has eczema, it may be from the excessive dry skin which may be relieved by application of a moisturizer 2x daily preferably with at least one within 3 minutes after bathing. You may also try a 4% lidocaine lotion to see if this helps. If problem persists, see a doctor. ...Read more
I have burning/itching in both inner corners of eyes under eye also feels like brush burn. Nothing visable. Have been using prescription allergy/steroid drop?
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