It has been mentioned to me that I may be allergic to my glasses, it that possible?? I have alot of pain in that area and cannot keep them on unless I take alot of sudafed and Claritin. So, metal and the plastic or rubber pads on the nose. I am allergic to latex but this has come on recently.
Sounds a little "strange" but that's just my mind saying that.
If you have symptoms only when you wear the glasses there must be a relationship. You may get some test results by using something to cover the ear frames where they touch your head. If you have to wear you glasses all the time this may not be attractive.
What are you symptoms, itch, swelling, congestion, drip.... ??
i have continuous congestion bc food and environmental allergies. But, a couple months ago the pain on my nose and between my eyes continually got worse. Sometimes I can get it done and just have an uncomfortable pressure. I have autoimmune problems as well including fibromyalgia and just found out about catracts and
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