Will your doctor let you go off all of the eyedrops and try preservative free o-t-c onesfor lubrication purposes??
I'd maybe see an Opthamologist and see what they say, too? Is it possible you've developed an allergy to one of the ingredients in your eye drops??????
I use Visine Allergy eye drops--they work better than the drops from the eye doctor.
ChitChatNine, thanks for ur help!.
I went to an Opthamologist, he gave me some gel that just took the itching away but not the puffy eyes, he finally sent me to the allergist.
is that o-t-c something I can get from the counter without prescription? Honestly I don't even want to go back to the allergist, I can't affort 1 appointment a week and expensive medicine that is not working at all.
KeyD, I saww a commercial of Visine on tv, I'll try it too.
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I have probably the worst grass allergies of anyone I know and I come from a family of people with allergies. I don't have a solution for you but I do need to say DON'T use Visine allergy eye relief or any of those cheap, crappy OTC eye drops. I actually had an allergic reaction to Visine and my sclera (the whites of my eye) puffed up so bad, they looked like balloons that you could pop with a pin. When I was tested, the allergy doctor had to pull me out of the testing room and give me a shot of epinephrine because I was having such a sever reaction. I also got 2.5 years of shots, one in each arm, every week and it did NOTHING. The only relief I get is when winter returns. If I rinse my eyes out with cold water and apply a cold rag compress, it gives some relief. That's not so awesome when you wear makeup. I'm waiting for the day that someone finally finds a cure for seasonal allergies. When you don't suffer from them, you have no idea how horrible it is. I just saw on the news, there is a new grass allergy pill, but I researched it and it is only 17-30% effective and it works the same as the shots. In other words, for me, it won't work at all. Good luck and I hope you find a "solution" (excuse the pun). Please post it if you do. I just spent $200 on Patadine and I'm worried it won't work. Obamacare doesn't cover it. Apparently, anaphylactic shock isn't considered serious enough to cover.