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What are the causes eye allergies?

by Guest7999  |  9 years, 3 month(s) ago

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What causes eyes allergies? My five year daughter has this problem for the last 6 months and we have consulted a lot of doctors but its seems not to go even after getting medications.

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    Eye allergies can occur alone or along with nasal allergy symptoms like a runny, itchy nose, nasal congestion or headache. They start when the body's immune system overreacts to something that is ordinarily harmless. When the allergen comes in contact with the eye, there's a reaction. The allergen causes cells in the eye to release histamine and other substances that cause blood vessels in the eyes to swell and to become itchy, red and watery.
    If you have seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, the most common type of eye allergy, then grass, tree and weed pollens may trigger your eye allergies. Pet hair, dust mites and molds can also trigger symptoms for some people during the year.

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