Eye Allergies Directory
Eye allergies (allergic conjunctivitis) is a common allergy problem in areas with seasonal allergy problems. Triggers include pollen, grass, weeds, and dust. The eye allergies may only last a short time or may occur yearlong. Symptoms include redness, burning, blurry vision, mucus, and more. There are ways to treat eye allergies such as medications, eye drops, using air filters and cleaning regularly, and many other ideas. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how eye allergies are caused, treated, prevented, and much more.
An Overview of Eye Allergies
Eye allergies are common and treatable. Learn about triggers, diagnosis, and treatments.
Understanding Eye Allergies
Don’t overlook itchy, red, and swollen eyes – they may be symptoms of an eye allergy, which can occur by itself or with a nasal allergy. This guide covers the causes, symptoms, and treatment of chronic and seasonal eye allergies.
Expert Advice on Handling Your Nasal Allergies
Do you sneeze at certain times of the year or in all seasons? WebMD tells you how your allergies can be identified.
Frequently Asked Questions About Allergy Relief
What’s the right allergy treatment for you? Get answers from the experts to common questions.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Taking On Eye Allergies
Eye Allergies: See what they look like, how eye allergies develop, and how to treat eye allergies.
Slideshow: What Eye Problems Look Like
What do nearsightedness, farsightedness, or going blind look like? See these views and take an eye test in this slideshow from WebMD's medical editors.