Health Conditions

Allergic Conjunctivitis

What is Allergic Conjunctivitis?

Allergic conjunctivitis refers to the itchy, irritated eyes some people experience as an allergic reaction to dander or pollen. The eyelid and surface of the eye become inflamed, with symptoms including red and watery eyes, itching or burning, and puffy eyelids.

Prescription and over-the-counter treatments are available, usually in the form of eye drops. Common classes of prescription drugs used to treat allergic conjunctivitis include antihistamines (Patanol, Optivar) corticosteroids, NSAIDs (Acular), and mast cell stabilizers (Crolom, Alocril).

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Allergic Conjunctivitis:
Drug Classes

Corticosteroids

(137 drugs)As low as $5

NSAIDs

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Antihistamines

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Alpha Agonists

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Antihistamine / Sudafed Combinations

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Mast Cell Stabilizers

(3 drugs)As low as $17
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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