Allergic conjunctivitis is inflammation of the outer part of the eye triggered by an allergen.
Do you have of these Allergic conjunctivitis symptoms?
Possible allergic triggers *
Pollens, dust mite, cockroaches and mould can cause allergic conjunctivitis.
*these can be tested within 15 minutes.
Here's how we can help:
Firstly by seeing a trained Doctor we can help you avoid allergic triggers by finding out what you’re allergic to and how you can reduce your exposure to these triggers by finding out what you’re allergic to and how you can reduce your exposure to these triggers
Depending on your severity, we can offer you first line medical treatments such as lubricating eye drops, instructions on how to perform eye baths and cool compresses to help symptoms control.
We can consider how other specialists such as opthalmologists may be needed in your treatment plan.
We can determine if immunotheraphy may be a suitable option for you.