Allergy, Nosebleed, Bloodshot Eyes

Discussion in 'Eyes, Ears, Nose and Headaches/Migraines' started by bromuda, May 3, 2019.

  1. bromuda

    bromuda Member

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    Hi, it's pollen-season in Sweden and I can't recall that I've reacted this strong before. I wake up with unbearable pressure around my eyes often with nosebleed as well.

    I'm starting to think it's rather an eye-infection or something else because my eyes are super light sensitive as well. I struggle to watch screens and doing my work. Should I wait out the storm or maybe buy and OTC anti-histamine? We don't have cypro in Sweden.
     
  2. Broken man

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    Antihistamine drug should help, you can try Zaditen. It contains ketotifen. I think that its better than cypro. How is your liver health?
     
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    Thank you, I will look into it!
    My liver is good, used binge drink (high-school, university) but no obvious problems.
     
  4. Trix

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    @bromuda Have you checked out Hypervitaminosis A? Too much A can cause those symptoms. Maybe go low vitamin a for 3-4 days and see how you do. Yes, get an antihistamine in the meantime....but don't take one that makes you drowsy in the day. Allegra (fexofenadine) is a brand in US that is over the counter and it could help. See what your country has over the counter.
     
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