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My son has seasonal allergy started this year. He has sneezing, itchy and watery eyes. I tried zyretec and zadiator but nothing helping for watery eye?

Allergic conjunctivi. Use cold applications for 10-29 seconds to the eyelids. This will take the heat feeling away. I start people on over the counter allergy drops first. These used to be the first line. I am not impressed with zaditor (ketotifen). Read more...
See allergist, eyemd. Your son will need an evaluation by an eye doctor as well as possibly an allergist. The eye exam will confirm the severity and nature of the allergy, look for other factors that may be worsening the condition for the eyes, and to rule out problems that simulate allergy. Zaditor (ketotifen) and zyrtec are two of the best otc meds for allergy. Once allergy is confirmed, the allergist can do further testing. Read more...

My 10 mo. Old son has uncomfortable sneezing and coughs, with watery/itchy eyes most likely his sinuses. How can I help him without a dr visit?

Allergies. You can try otc allergy medicine that is dose/age appropriate. This can be oral and eye drops. Avoid otc allergy nose spray because it can cause rebound nasal edema and polyps and actually make him worse. If the child does not have any problems then this should be safe short term. If it persists then you will have to see an md or do. Read more...
See his Peditrician. You should take your son to his pediatrician for evaluation and treatment. Read more...

I have never had an issue with allergies, but at 23 I am having symptoms: congestion, itchy eyes, sneezing. It has lasted 2-3 weeks. Will it go away?

Think environment. Recently moved? New pet? New roommate? Recently married? New job? Do a complete inventory. What has changed? Go back at least one year. For example: you might have moved 10 months ago, but only recently began being exposed to a pollen you to which you are allergic. Read more...
Probably. This certainly sounds like an allergic reaction to something and unless you are continuing to be exposed, it should improve. Are there new things in your enviroment: pets, furniture, job, etc. Have you recently relocated to the area? If it is due to the unusually high pollen levels it should improve as the weather (and pollens) change. Read more...