Can antihistamines help allergic shiners?

Possible. Allergic shiners are caused by nasal congestion that results in passive congestion of a venous plexus that is under the eyes. So using an antihistamine to help alleviate allergic inflammation and congestion of the nose may be helpful.

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Antihistamines, nose sprays, and completing allergy shots are not getting rid of my allergic shiners. Need advice.?

? Food allergies. Allergic shiners are commonly caused by food allergies. All the drugs & shots in the world won't help if you are eating foods you are allergic to. Standard allergy tests won't reliably detect. Try an elimination diet- avoid all dairy, gluten, eggs, corn, soy & almonds for 10 days, then add back one at a time. See http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=diet&dbid=7. Read more...
Allergic Shiners. Hello, allergic shiners are related to a swelling in the nasal passages that cause a blood flow stasis in the lower eyelid areas. These medications and therapies may help but would require time. Seeing a dermatologist may be helpful for a good skin care plan to eliminate or reduce this problem. Read more...