What allergy eye drops can I purchase to relieve itchy eyes due to the high pollen count during the summer?

Antihistamine. While lubricating drops help some, antihistamines drops do the most for eye allergy symptoms, including itching & watering. There are many over-the-counter antihistamine products to choose from. Older products may be combined with decongestants which decrease redness; however, overuse of these products may cause increased rebound redness. Plain antihistamine drops are your best bet for itching.
These work best. The best way to treat eye allergies is with pills recommended by your doctor. Adding prescription nasal sprays also works nicely. Adding over counter allaway or zaditor drops is first choice. Last resort, prescription drops such as Pataday or bepreve (bepotastine besilate). My patients have achieved control of eye allergies following this.

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What are the best eye drops to use for itchy eyes with allergies?

Several options. There are vasoconstrictor drops such as visine that can help for occasional use. Patanol is an antiinflammatory that is useful. One nasal steroid, Veramyst is also approved for treating ocular symptoms (you still put it in your nose, not your eyes). Prevention is the best treatment, however, by taking a daily antihistamine or having immunotherapy. Call me if you're in my area. Read more...
Several options. There are several otc meds that available that are ocular antihistamines. Tears and similar otc moisturizing drops are helpful as well. Interestingly, there is some data that rx nasal steroids can help with ocular symptoms. Read more...

Is there a good way to relieve itchy eyes when eye drops are not available?

Cool compresses. Occasionally, a cool wet washcloth over the eyes can temporarily relieve the symptoms. Heat can actually make the eyes more itchy. The best option, however, is an eye examination to determine the cause and provide a directed treatment. Read more...
Cold packs. The only thing i can thing of is cold compresses or oral antihistamines. Read more...

My 14 mon old rubs her eyes a lot due to few food allergies and a slight dog one. Anything I can do to help relieve the itchy eyes?

Yes. There are several antihistamine containing eye-drops both prescription or over the counter. Ask your pharmacist to point them out to you. I use them regularly an over the counter eye-drop and an oral medication, i prefer zyrtec (cetirizine) but others work well. Read more...
Antihistamine. For allergic eyes first remove allergens if possible. Cool compresses help and anti-allergye eye drops. Several otc eye drops (over the counter - in pharmacies without a prescription) are available containing ketotifen including zatidor and zyrtec (cetirizine) eye drops. Prescription eye drops may help if the above are not effective - talk to your doctor or see an allergist. 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...