Hello dear...ur mother has allergic conjunctivitis which is very common these days...there is no permanent cure but with treatment she will feel better....preventive measures include...avoid dust...use goggles...dont rub eyes as it increases allergy n use cold compresses again n again.....treatment include using low potency steroid as pulse therapy...and anti allergic eyedrop with lubricant for regular use...i can't name the medicine as per the rules of Practo
Well the drops might be a temporary relief.. We need to evaluate on the cause of it..is there any associated infection? Any other symptoms like redness, discharge,stickiness of eyes, blurring of vision..does your mother use spectacles? When was the last time power tested? It's better you consult an ophthalmologist
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