Eye Allergies

Do you suffer from eye allergies? If so, you have a very common condition. Spring and summer can be especially bad for allergies, but they are also common in the fall and winter. If you are suffering from eye allergies, you likely need eye allergy treatment from an optometrist. At New Century Ophthalmology, we have provided residents of Oxford, NC, and Raleigh, NC, with eye allergy treatment for many years.

Eye Allergies

Eye Allergy Triggers

When a trigger causes your body to release histamines, eye allergies occur. Many people also have triggers that are inside their homes. If your allergies are primarily indoors, it can be far easier to find the cause behind them. It's often dust and/or mold. Outdoors, you are affected by so much plant life that you may never find out exactly what is causing it without allergy testing. If you get eye allergies after you have changed your routine, investigate what is changed and which allergens it may have exposed you to. 

Symptoms of Eye Allergies

There are an enormous amount of symptoms that you may have when you experience eye allergies. Dry or itchy eyes are the most common eye allergy symptoms. The eyes may turn red because the blood vessels on the surface of the eye can become inflamed from the allergen. If you rub your eyes or spend a lot of time at the computer, it can make the redness worse. Your eyes may also become puffy or well up and become uncomfortable. When you experience these symptoms, you may need eye allergy treatment to feel and function better each day. 

Schedule an Appointment with Our Ophthalmologist in Raleigh, NC

When you have symptoms of eye allergies, see the optometrist for your eye care. You may need an eye allergy treatment such as prescription eye drops. To get your eye care in the Oxford and Raleigh, NC, areas, give us a call today to schedule your eye exam. 

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