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Pollen allergies causing itching, yellow stringy discharge in eyes. Should I wait a month to see what happens?

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Dr. Jeffrey Gold
Ophthalmology
6 doctors agree

In brief: No! See Eye MD now.

There is no longer any need to suffer with ocular allergy symptoms.
There are at least three really effective eye drops on the market, by prescription from an eye md, that can stop your symptoms in their tracks. With the availability of these meds, no need to wait and suffer.

In brief: No! See Eye MD now.

There is no longer any need to suffer with ocular allergy symptoms.
There are at least three really effective eye drops on the market, by prescription from an eye md, that can stop your symptoms in their tracks. With the availability of these meds, no need to wait and suffer.
Dr. Jeffrey Gold
Dr. Jeffrey Gold
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Dr. Paul Williams
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Treatment available

You can wait a month, but you could also try some over-the-counter eye drops for allergies to see if you get relief.

In brief: Treatment available

You can wait a month, but you could also try some over-the-counter eye drops for allergies to see if you get relief.
Dr. Paul Williams
Dr. Paul Williams
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