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Allergy In Eyes

Eye allergy presents with eye itching, redness, swelling, excessive tearing, and burning sensation of the eye. Dust, pollen, animal dander, eye makeup products, etc., can trigger an allergic reaction. Cleaning eyes with clean water and hands to eliminate the allergen is necessary for symptoms to subside. It is not advised to rub the eyes. Doing so will trigger inflammation. Covering eyes with sunglasses while going out might prevent eye contact with allergens.

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Why are my eyes red and warm?

Query: Hello doctor, My eyes are red and warm since the last four days. I wear spectacles. What could this be?  Read Full »

Dr. Agarwal Krishna Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to You may be suffering from conjunctivitis or some other eye infection or it might be some allergy which is common. You should wash your eyes with warm water mixed with a pinch of salt (similar to one prepared for gargling, but with lesser salt). Do this every two to ...  Read Full »

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