Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, or hay fever, are a common condition seen in practice. Specific pollens release spores during specific seasons: May and June (grass pollen) and August and September (ragweed pollen). Itching is the most common symptom in seasonal allergic conjunctivitis diagnosis, as well as watery/mucus discharge, burning, and redness of the eyes.
Perennial allergic conjunctivitis is a year-round allergic condition. This is often related to animal hair, dust, or other allergens present in the environment year round. Symptoms are similar to seasonal allergic conjunctivitis but tend to be milder.
What may you experience during the hay fever season?
- Swelling or puffiness of the eyes
- Mucous discharge
The symptoms described above may not necessarily mean that you have asonal
allergic conjunctivitis. However, if you experience one or more of these symptoms, City Eyes can provide a full comprehensive examination to determine the possible causes with solutions to manage and keep your symptoms at bay.
The drops we recommend in practice are Natural Ophthalmics allergy drops,
which have been proven very effective. These drops are a sterile, non-preserved, pH balanced, isotonic solution containing four homeopathic active ingredients. Each patient is an individual, therefore the management process may differ from one consultation to the next, with a wide variety of options available in clinic. This way you can enjoy the summertime outdoors hassle free!
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