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Eyes itch due to Allergic Reaction

From last 2 weeks, my 11 years son is complaining about itching in his eyes. Most of the time he is complaining when he is at home or school. I don't remember him complaining when he is out playing. It seems to be allergy. His nose also seems to getting stuffy when he wakes up. There is no tears but eyes becomes red due to rubbing them. I've been using 'clear eye' drops and it helps little. Any suggestion for remedy that can help him ?
  vlohia on 2005-09-08
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Have you tried Allum Cepa?
robertm last decade

Yes. I've tried Allium Cepa without success. As I said in my previous posting, that my son does not get any tear while having itching. Also no running nose though nose gets stuffy during the night.

vlohia last decade
I have had sucess with euphrasia for eyes and kali bich for stuffy nose. I would select potency based on severity of symptoms and dosage (repetions based on frequncy) and keep your child away from all room deoderizers and strongly perfumed items. An air purifier may help in his room at night. I am not a professional, just a parent sharing ideas.
samnbudsmom last decade
I too would suggest euphrasia 30c 3 times a day during the aleergy attack. Stop when symptoms subside.

tasneem last decade
My wife has itchy eyes. Her right eye is worse right now She is tearing alot. her symptoms seem worse at night and when wild fires are burning. It seems that there may be a scratch on her right eye. I'd to find a way to ease her symptoms.
twreck2 last decade

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