About Eye Allergies
Approximately 8 – 10% of U.S. adults and children are affected by seasonal allergies, which can cause great irritation to the eyes. When allergic reactions bother your eyes, it's called allergic conjunctivitis, which is also known as eye allergies. Common signs and symptoms of eye allergies include tearing, redness, itching, and swelling. Ocular allergies are extremely common and will affect most people with hay fever at some point in their lifetime. The irritation caused by ocular allergies can be slight to severe but can be treated with simple solutions. At Baton Rouge Eye Physicians, we offer a wide variety of therapies to manage eye allergies and ease annoying symptoms. Contact our team in Baton Rouge, LA to schedule an eye allergy exam today.
"Sanitation was followed. Great staff"- L.H. / Google / Oct 16, 2020
"Thanks to doctor Peavy and entire staff I am very pleased may God bless you all"- T.B. / Google / Nov 06, 2020
"My entire family has been patients of Dr. Peavy for more than 30 years. We all love this clinic and have always been extremely satisfied."- S.C. / Google / Nov 04, 2020
"Fast, excellent service! Very friendly and helpful! Also super affordable!"- L.H. / Google / Oct 27, 2020
"Amazing Opthamologist - I received excellent care from Dr. Holloway. He is always a very thorough physician and explains things without creating any fear when dealing with a serious issue. I am very grateful."- Anonymous / Vitals / Oct 08, 2020
Diagnosis and Treatment for eye allergies
While eye allergies are generally harmless, their symptoms sometimes appear identical to other ocular conditions. Therefore, a comprehensive eye exam and allergy testing will be performed to make sure it's not anything more concerning before diagnosing you with allergies. As with any allergic reaction, the best way to reduce flare-ups is to avoid allergens when possible, though clearly, that isn't always a viable option. Patients who use contact lenses and experience eye allergies can often ease their discomfort by using disposable daily contacts, as airborne allergens tend to build up on longer-wear lenses. Over-the-counter eye drops can also aid in easing symptoms, but if these solutions are not providing the relief you need, prescription eye drops may be recommended.
Receive Eye Allergy Relief
For many people, ocular allergies are painful and annoying, but fortunately, we offer effective solutions to help manage eye allergies and reduce bothersome symptoms. Our ophthalmologists work with patients on a case-by-case basis to ensure that they get the best care for their particular needs. If eye allergies are holding you back from enjoying the outdoors and activities you love, contact Baton Rouge Eye Physicians in Baton Rouge, LA to schedule an eye exam. We are here to serve you.