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Eye Allergies (cont.)

Eye Allergy Symptoms

SAC and PAC have identical symptoms, only the timing of the symptoms is different.

  • With SAC, your symptoms are generally limited to a particular season (ie, spring, summer, fall).

  • With PAC, your symptoms probably last all year.

Almost always, the symptom of itching indicates an allergic reaction. This is true of allergic conjunctivitis, where the primary symptom is ocular itching. In addition to ocular itching, you may experience the following symptoms:

  • Redness

  • Tearing

  • Burning sensation

  • Blurred vision

  • Mattering and/or mucous production

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