Allergy (Allergies)

Allergic eyes (conjunctivitis)

Allergic eyes (conjunctivitis) are inflammation of the tissue layers (membranes) that cover the surface of the eyeball and the undersurface of the eyelid. The inflammation occurs as a result of an allergic reaction and may produce the following symptoms, which are generally present in both eyes:

  • Redness under the lids and of the eye overall
  • Watery, itchy eyes
  • Swelling of the membranes Continue Reading
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