Treatment for Eye Allergies
Avoiding allergens: Individuals, who are affected by pollen, dust mites, and latex, among others can try to avoid contact with these allergens.
Anti-allergy medications: Medications, such as vasoconstrictors, corticosteroids, mast cell stabilizers, antihistamines, mast cell stabilizers with antihistamines (dual-action drugs), calcineurin inhibitors, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs help suppress the symptoms.
Specific immunotherapy: This treats SAC, PAC, and occasionally VKC. It is effective in reducing the allergic symptoms along with the use of eye drops.
Educating the patients: This involves providing information to the patient on the condition, the cause, and the form of preventive measures to manage the disease.