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Pain Pressure Eyes Seasonal Allergies
Maybe: The paranasal sinuses are located above, beneath, between, and behind the eyes. Pressure or fluid within the sinuses could cause pain, and this could be caused by allergies but also infections and exposure to irritants. However, constant pain around the eyes could represent another condition and should be evaluated by a doctor. ...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
Warning: Seasonal allergy meds may have a warning about glaucoma. This is relevant to narrow angle glaucoma patients, since it is theoretically possible to induce an angle closure attack if not already treated--check with your eye doctor to see if you are at risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If your glaucoma is an open angle type of glaucoma, then you can be free to use any medication. However if you have narrow angles, this may be contraindicated. It is best to ask your doctor which kind you have, and if it is narrow, ask if it is okay for you. Sometimes when narrow angle patients have been adequately treated, they can be able to use these meds. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trial and error.: There are a number of meds out there for seasonal allergies. There's otc allegra, zyrtek and Claritin (and their generics). These are non-sedating antihistamines. They're good, but not as good as Benadryl (diphenhydramine) - which is sedating. Eye drops like naphcon help for itchy eyes, and intranasal steroids like Nasonex are for runny nose. Lots of choices! it's really about finding what works for you. ...Read more
My son suffers from terrible seasonal allergies. He just got back from baseball practice and his eyes are red. What can I give him?
My 9 year old son has severe seasonal allergies the only thing that clear his eyes is terramycin oitment twice daily. How long can I use it for?
My prescribed singulair is not working for my seasonal allergies. I take my dose in the evenings. My eyes are itching and dry. Can I take two?
No: No, do not take two singulair, but there are other medicines for allergies that are more effective. Oral antihistamines (like cetrizine) or antihistamine eye drops (like Alaway or Claritin Eye) are helpful for sneezing, itching, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Nose sprays that contain steroid also can help with the inflammation in the nose and sinuses. ...Read more
I have lots of red pimples around my eyes , is that of seasonal allergies do ca could be more serious?
Should be: Should be seen by physician face-to-face this could be something more serious ...Read more
Can 10 month old baby have seasonal allergies ? Always rubbing nose and eyes.. Eyes are red...Running nose clear ....
Yes: It is not very common, but i see a few new babies every different allergy season that have the classic symptoms you are describing. If there is family history, or baby has had any problems with wheezing/asthma and/or eczema, then even more suspicious for allergies. There is a prescription medicine approved for allergic rhinitis in this young age group, so i would talk to your pediatrician about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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