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For relief of the symptoms of red, itchy, watery eyes from seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, also called hay fever, see your doctor about a prescription to buy Emadine Eye Drops. This is the most common eye allergy that occurs between May and September when pollen is released into the air. That’s all it takes for your immune system to kick into high gear because it considers the spores that you are exposed to as foreign bodies. Emadine Eye Drops contains the active ingredient Emedastine Difumarate, an antihistamine that can help to calm the itching and reduce red, watery eyes so you can carry on with your daily tasks comfortably.
Once pollen has found you, the immune response is to release histamine to flush it out. This chemical substance is found in various parts of your body and is made to seek their own receptors on cells in the area that is affected. In the case of allergies, histamine will search for their H1 receptor and bind to it. This is what causes your symptoms to appear. The active ingredient in Emadine Eye Drops blocks histamine from binding to the receptors so your symptoms are prevented. You should not administer Emadine Eye Drops in children who are under three years of age.
Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis can cause some fairly unflattering symptoms. The white parts of your eyes and the inside of your eyelids are covered in a thin layer of tissue called the conjunctiva. This is to help protect your eyes from allergens, bacteria, smoke, wind, and the sun. When pollen comes into contact with your eyes, your conjunctiva becomes swollen and red from inflammation as your body tries to fight the intruder.
A clear discharge may also be present, indicating allergies and not an infection. You may find that your eyes are extra sensitive to sunlight or bright indoor lighting. Wearing contact lenses can be difficult and make-up may be impossible to apply so ask your doctor about Emadine Eye Drops for relief of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis.
Learn the risks and benefits of using Emadine Eye Drops if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Tell your doctor about other medical conditions or allergies you have and list any OTC or Rx drugs you take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements so it can be determined if Emadine Eye Drops are safe for you.
Do not operate a vehicle, machinery, or perform any task that could be unsafe while your vision is impaired. Wait at least ten minutes after instilling the drops before you put in your contact lenses as certain ingredients in Emadine Eye Drops could damage them. You should not use Emadine Eye Drops more than recommended by your doctor or share them with others.