Allergies or Pink Eye Quiz: How to Tell the Difference
Can't figure out if your itchy, watery, and red eyes are from eye allergies or pink eye?
Wyndly’s expert medical team uses this 2-minute questionnaire to help diagnose thousands of patients. Take this short assessment now to identify the cause of your symptoms and find the best treatment plans for relief!
What Are Common Eye Allergy Symptoms?
Allergy symptoms can vary slightly depending on the severity of your allergies. While you might not experience every allergy symptom while experiencing an allergy reaction, the most common eye allergy symptoms include:
- Redness of the eyes
- Itching, irritation, or burning sensation in the eyes
- Watery eyes
- Swelling of the eyelids
- Sensitivity to light
- Watery or clear discharge from the eyes
- Blurry vision
- Gritty feeling in the eyes
It is likely that you will experience several of these symptoms when dealing with your allergies.
What Are Common Pink Eye Symptoms?
Conjunctivitis (pink eye) can cause some similar symptoms to allergies, but there are also significant differences. Common pink eye symptoms include:
- Pink or red color in the white of your eye
- Swelling around your eye
- Increased tear production
- Urge to rub your eye
- Itching, irritation, and/or burning of your eye
- Eye discharge (pus or mucus)
Take Our Allergy Assessment
If you have allergy symptoms and want to find long-term relief, choose Wyndly. Our doctors will create a personalized treatment plan using sublingual immunotherapy to retrain your immune system to stop reacting to your allergies.
Take our short online assessment now to get one step closer to a life without allergies!