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I'm a botany student and from 2013 I was suffering from pollen allergy (as told by an opthalmologist). He advised be two eye drops Solodex J and Cromal D. He told me that whenever my eye irritation starts I should use those eye drops. But this year those two eye drops are not available in the market. My eye irritation happens only when the temperature strucks 37°C+ and it has already started. Could you advice me an eye drop where I can get rid of it?
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Hello Try A. Cold compresses B. Avoid rubbing eyes C. Use protective wear to avoid contact with pollens D. Use antiallergic eyedrop like bepotastine twice daily along with lubricating eyedrop like refresh tears E. Soft steroid like fluorometholone eyedrop can be used in severe allergy
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Wash your eyes with freshwater frequently and put antiallergic e.g. olopatadine eye drops 2to3 times daily and rub ocupol d's eye oint twice daily on lids. Also do cold compresses. Try to avoid exposure to pollen as much as possible.
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At present where do u live? E/d lotipred three times a day E/d Epina two times a day E/d optive 4 times a day
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