what to use for allergic conjunctivitis

Patients often ask what to use for allergic conjunctivitis.

OTC antihistamine and decongestant eyedrops (Naphcon-A, etc) are good for short-term or intermittent symptoms.

They're inexpensive and work fast...but have to be used QID.

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