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How can I fix an eye allergy without taking medications?
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Dr. Stephen Kimura
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Washing and rinsing
If your reaction is due to cosmetics, washing off the offending agent right away can help.
If it is due to airborne allergens coming in contact with the eye, flushing with water can help rinse things out. You can use cool compresses to settle the irritation and inflammation down.

In brief: Washing and rinsing
If your reaction is due to cosmetics, washing off the offending agent right away can help.
If it is due to airborne allergens coming in contact with the eye, flushing with water can help rinse things out. You can use cool compresses to settle the irritation and inflammation down.
Dr. Stephen Kimura
Dr. Stephen Kimura
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Dr. Theodore Wu
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Allergy
You may try cold compresses and avoiding the allergic trigger. Staying inside may help.
Keep your air filters clean inside the home.

In brief: Allergy
You may try cold compresses and avoiding the allergic trigger. Staying inside may help.
Keep your air filters clean inside the home.
Dr. Theodore Wu
Dr. Theodore Wu
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Dr. Andrew Murphy
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Couple of options
Allergy is treated in three general ways: avoidance , medications and allergy vaccines.
Avoidance of known triggers is most imp. Use of otc tears or other cleansing eye drops can be helpful.

In brief: Couple of options
Allergy is treated in three general ways: avoidance , medications and allergy vaccines.
Avoidance of known triggers is most imp. Use of otc tears or other cleansing eye drops can be helpful.
Dr. Andrew Murphy
Dr. Andrew Murphy
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