Eye allergies are particularly problematic as very often the testing for allergy comes up negative. This due to localised IgE production in the eye that doesn't enter the blood stream and show up on an allergy blood test. Provocation allergy testing in the eye is also technically difficult to undertake. Steroidal eye drops very often help, but should not be taken for long periods due to the risks of corneal damage, glaucoma and cataracts developing. Patanol, Spersallerg and occasional FML Liquifilm eye drops are worth trying under the supervision of your Eye Specialist.
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