I am a 20 year old man and get red eyes every day?

I am a 20 year old man and since my 15 years old more or less I get red eyes every day. I don’t know why, there are various reasons that cause me red eyes, so I don’t know what it the problem.
Sometimes I get red eyes just for nothing, sometimes when the sun is strong and I don’t use sunglasses, sometimes when I don’t sleep enough, everytime I go out at night and feel my eyes are tired and they get red. And my eyes aren’t just a little bit red, they get so red to the point that all the people around me notice it and causes discomfort even to them. I have already talked to a doctor but I think she doesn’t care much and says it must be allergies, but I think it’s not because I have red eyes everyday and I don’t feel like I have any other allergy symptom. She prescribed me an eye drop named Allergodil, and it sometimes reduces the redness a little bit but most times it does nothing.
I really need help because I don’t know what to do anymore and because it is a thing that really affects my life, especially my self-esteem.
I hope you can help me.


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Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

There are a lot of causes for redness of eyes..
Allergy and eye dryness are the most common .
For me I think you may be having photosensitivity and eye dryness.
Using sunglasses and lubricant gel before bed can help you..
Drink plenty of water.
Consider staying away from pollutants and smoke.

Dr Ahmed Fawzy
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Dr Ahmed Fawzy

In my opinion you should check for sinusitis
Also check for eye infection ( can cause serious problems if left untreated )

Good Luck

Dr Mahaveer
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Dr Mahaveer

Hi
conjunctival allergy seems to be the cause.
get allergen tests done.
use sunglasses when you go out.
thanks

shw12
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shw12

HI
DRYNESS OF EYES CAUSED DUE TO LESS AMOUNT OF TEAR LUBRICANTS IS THE COMMONEST CAUSE IF VISION IS NORMAL..
TEAR SUBSTITUTES SHOULD BE USED THRICE OR FOUR TIMES A DAY.

mrsshalini14
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mrsshalini14

hello there
this may be due to allergy to dust.
avoid dust going into your eyes. use sunglassess.
get eyes checked from a opthalmologist for intra occular pressure

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