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Discharge from left eye, nostril, eye swelling, watering. Allergic to grass. Causes for symptoms?

Hello my name is XXXX, Its been over a week and I thought I had a cold but I never had this. I woke up at 2am got a drink went back to bed and in that time between 6am i woke back up sniffling and my left eye and left nostril is only running. My eye is swollen and red from it watering and me wiping it now. What can be causing me this problem? I m not allergic to anything but grass if I walk threw it. I m not sure what s wrong
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Hello Amy,
You could have other allergies along with grass such as dust mites but more importantly that moring at 2am if you had taken any pain killer or medication, it could be a side effect of that medication.
Alternatively, dust mite allergy symptoms seem worst in morning as the reactions have continued through the night.
You will need skin testing or a blood test (specific IgE) to aeroallergen panel to find out if you are developing other sensitivities.
Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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