Hay fever can often affect peoples eyes, making them sore, itchy, swollen and watery. The symptoms can range from mild irritation to quite debilitating symptoms. Most people who suffer badly with hay fever will take some form of medication to control the symptoms. Hay fever can, however, come on at any stage of life.
As an Independent Prescriber, principal Optometrist Ian Jarvis is ideally placed to help you
Once you know what you are allergic to, then the first step to take is to
If you’re suffering
- Avoiding cutting grass, walking in grassy areas, and camping may reduce your exposure to grass pollens.
- When you are outside, wear wraparound sunglasses to stop pollen getting in your eyes and change your clothes and take a shower when you come back inside.
If symptoms persist or worsen please call for an appointment.
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