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What is allergic conjunctivitis?

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Allergic conjunctivitis is an inflammatory response to an allergen, causing symptoms of itchiness or grittiness and making the eye look red and watery.

It's usually resolved by removing the allergen (for example, some people are allergic to cats) but symptoms can be controlled by using medication such as antihistamines for hay fever sufferers.

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