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Itchy eyes? Try one of these soothing options.

By Amanda Gardner
April 17, 2018
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If you have itchy eyes–especially ones that flare up during pollen season–you could have allergies.

Pesky, sure. But fortunately, there are dozens of remedies out there. For milder cases, look for over-the-counter eye drops and antihistamines easily available at any drug store. For more severe allergy symptoms, talk to your doctor about prescription treatments. He or she can also rule out other serious conditions that could be causing your discomfort.

Before you head out on a shopping safari, read this guide to the best eye drops for allergies. If you have any questions, talk to your local pharmacist, says Mohamed A. Jalloh, PharmD, a spokesperson for the American Pharmacists Association.

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