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Is there something I can do about constantly itchy eyes?
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Dr. David Kira
Ophthalmology
8 doctors agree
In brief: Antihistamine drops
Chronic ocular itching can be a sign of allergy.
If the symptoms clear quickly with the application of antihistamine drops such as zaditor (ketotifen) then please use them. If the problem persists then you should see your eye doctor.

In brief: Antihistamine drops
Chronic ocular itching can be a sign of allergy.
If the symptoms clear quickly with the application of antihistamine drops such as zaditor (ketotifen) then please use them. If the problem persists then you should see your eye doctor.
Dr. David Kira
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: See an eye doctor
Itchy eyes can have multiple causes: dryness, allergies, infection, irritation from chemicals or contact lenses.
While some causes can be easily figured out, an eye doctor can usually diagnose the specific problem and offer a treatment plan. If cool compresses, artificial tears or antihistamine eye drops do not improve the condition within a few days, see an eye doctor.

In brief: See an eye doctor
Itchy eyes can have multiple causes: dryness, allergies, infection, irritation from chemicals or contact lenses.
While some causes can be easily figured out, an eye doctor can usually diagnose the specific problem and offer a treatment plan. If cool compresses, artificial tears or antihistamine eye drops do not improve the condition within a few days, see an eye doctor.
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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