Antihistamine eye drops for dogs

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The discharge seemed to lessen noticeably in frequency within 3 days of being fully on the new food, however it hasn't gone away completely. One of the dogs showed no discharge for 3 days so I thought it was gone in her, then this morning she had some again. :-( It doesn't seem like an eye infection- the whites of the eyes are not red; the girls don't rub their eyes or even try to rub the discharge off so I don't think they itch.
We sterilize a long pin with a head that we use to stick the capsule of the oil, then the oil gets squeezed on the eye without touching it, just 1-2 drops is fine for each affected eye, do this about 4 times a day, if the eye is super dry add a little Bausch & Lomb Soothe PM relief, it is just pure petroleum and mineral oil specially designed for the eye with no other chemicals.
I have just been back and have seen a new young doctor who prescribed fucidin ointment for around my eyes and fucithalmic viscous eye drops. I have been using this medicine for 5 days and stoped wearing eye make up for last 2 days and it hes cleared up. this is the first time my eyes dont look wrinkly and flakey - hooray. Will have to see how i get on when i put my mascara back on - but at the moment its ok.
My doctor looked in my eye and prescribed eye ointment and eye drops that were prescription. Good luck with this. I hope you find out what's causing your eye to swell up.
This could be due to the post nasal drip that occurs associated with sinusitis or associated allergies. You should try some steam inhalation and saline nasal drops along with oral antihistamine medications and see if it helps with your symptoms. You could also take some oral pain releif medications. Are you allergic to any specific substances? It is in fact a good idea to consult an allergy specialist and get a clinical evaluation.
Then I switched to zyrtec a couple weeks ago, which has been amazing (better than claritin- but it takes a few days to really kick in). You can use eye drops if the allergy medicine doesn't work for itchy eyes. Point is, I've been allergic to my pets since I was little, and I probably always will be, I've never met anyone who's gotten over this allergy. Sorry bud.
My side effects began with a rash 2 days after I started. I took my dogs for a walk in the sun when it was hot and I think that set it off. I now walk in the shade when it's cool. I spent about $60 on Cetaphil lotions and cleansers, fragrance free detergent. I was on atarax, a prescription antihistamine for a while. The side effects vary from person to person but if I've experienced it, someone on this list has written about it and has something to share. Welcome to the forum.
And I required a thorough flushing of my eyes and antihistamine eye drops for the reaction to stop. It felt like someone put acid in my eyes. My ophthalmologist no longer puts it in my eyes. She has to use lidocaine without preservatives.
I’m not a vet, but I do love my dogs and this has worked for me. If I were you I would not allow the dog to eat cat food anymore and would get them on a grain-free fish diet. If you need to put the cat and dog in separate rooms to eat their meals. I know this is difficult, but when you see your dog's health improve in a few months, it will be worth it!
Incidently, my eyes have improved hugely over the last 24 hours after the use of some eye drops... I'm thinking it might have been blepharitis as the eye drops I used were supposed to heal it. Thanks again. Alex.
He scraped out my ear, swabed it with violet stuff (similar to what they do for babies with thrush) and gave me a prescription for drops that he said was the only thing that will kill fungus all of the others only keep it from multiplying. I'll get back to you on what the prescription was. I no longer have the itch, crust, etc. now I just have to deal with the perforated ear drum and eustation tube problems.
I see them stopping, feeling something isn't quite right as they stare at each other. Well, you little bastards,something isn't quite right for you any longer. I am stopping your breeding program as of tonight and soon you are going to be on the run. Although I was expecting something awful to happen to me, perhaps instant flu, the war has started tamely enough with no ill effects. The shot was surprisingly easy after the dire warnings from my nurse contact that I needed in person schooling.
THursday night my eye was buggin me and i thought my mascara was just flaking off. I washed my face and even used eye drops because they hurt. Then i looked at myself in the mirror. My eyes were puffy, my eye lids were baggy. I looked terrible. I was worried, but didn't yet feel i needed to go to ER. (Hubby was out of town at training). The next day i tried to brave it at work. Putting make up on was tough. After a few hours at work the boss told me I should take the rest of day off.
// 60 tablets (one month for a 30lb dog) of 100mg zonisamide costs at three pharmacies: 1) CVS – $ 226 2) Walgreens – $ 111 cash, or $54.99 with a $20/year Walgreens Savings Club Card 3) Costco – $ 14.88 (!!) 60 tablets of extended-release 500mg levetiracetam (Keppra) costs at three pharmacies: 1) CVS – $ 240 2) Walgreens – $ 245 cash, or $106 with a $20/year Walgreens Savings Club Card 3) Costco – $ 36.76 (!!
There is a possibility that the infection could go into your ear, which happened to me once, but I found a way to avoid it. You could also accidentally rub infected snot into your eye and get an eye infection, if you are careless. The physiology of your head may be different from my head and you could experience a problem that I would not have, so it’s another risk you must assume. This technique will work for almost any infection of the nose, if you‘re willing to take the risk.
from all of this I take 300mg of allegra, 3 times a day breathing treatments, tylenol, allergy drops (for those who dont know same as shots) and nothing is helping.
I was told that it's new here but they've been using it in Europe for some time. I've been taking it for four days now. It hasn't stopped the hives completely but I'm giving it some time and praying every time I put one in my mouth. I should mention that those people who have been suffering with hives for months test positive for antibodies against their mast cells (mast cells release histamine).
I have had the same problem for many years now. I have tried everything! I am now going to try the above creams and see if that works.
My GP prescribes me loratidine or cetrizine hydrochlorde, I alternate the two as loratidine doesn't work as well for me but doesn't send me to sleep! I also have a nasal spray (which makes me sneeze) and some eye drops. Anyway, one fairly recent discovery I am going to share with you: I seemed to get the sneezes every monday, which used to be my day off (cleaning day) I put two and two together, have now changed to "Ecover" (non chemical) cleaning products and guess what?
First time on this website but in desperation I was looking for help for my dizziness and eye problems. After reading various comments, it sounds like many people are experiecing the same types of problems. Mine started with dizziness and light headedness. Like many of you, I am worse when I go into a mall or grocery store. Thought maybe it was flourescent lighting or something.
Now the meds the ENT gave for this, the steroid nasal spray and antihistamine, did not help. The Prednisone (steroid) did. Now I'm better...not 100%, but never know from day to day. The back of my head hurts when I sleep, waking me, but when I'm up it's ok. I did take 3 rounds of antibiotics before I was sent to the ENT. I don't have green/yellow sinus discharge and never did. So...the ENT is sending me for allergy testing.
I've been feeling like I was going crazy for a long time. And in addition to that; the scary suicidal ideation. The suicidal ideation vanished and returns ONLY if I get a flare up of withdrawal symptoms. That happens if I get over stressed. So i need some coping mechanisms. At the moment; "I am STILL ALVE!?" Is a pretty good coping mechanism! :) Love and healing, Emily PS. No Tramadol Withdrawal symptoms today .... :) YAY!
I asked a pharmacist who advised to put antiseptic cream around the eye but I was worried about it getting in his actual eye so he said to try 'golden eye' which is usually for use in the eye itself. After a few days the bumps lessened and then disappeared however when I stopped using the "golden eye" it came back and is now affecting both eyes. As it had been over a month I asked the Dr who said he wasn't sure what it was but to try aqueous cream.
I have had hives for almost three years now. Every antihistimine and stomach pill (that has a histimine blocker) has been tried. The only relief I have gotten was when I went on Cyclosporine for six moths. This is an antirejection drug. I do not want to stay on this, but have been off of it for five months now, and hives are starting to return. Sometimes they are red splotches on my skin, other times they are thick welts, both itch unreal. My eyes, lips and feet swell also.
In May I began to have dizzy spells which coincided with a sore throat and earache, which cleared up on their own. However, dizziness and fatigue continued for several weeks. The dizziness resembled being carsick, with lightheadedness and occasional moments of nausea and feeling faint (but I never passed out). I had a CAT scan and blood work twice, and so far no diagnosis for the dizziness/fatigue.
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