The eyes are the most complex sensory organ in our body. Allergies are a common disorder that affects the eyes. You may have eye allergies if your eyes itch, appear red, are tearing up or you feel burning.
Watery eye or epiphora is generally seen in young babies and older people. In this condition, tears accumulate in the eyes due to a blockage in one or both tear ducts. As a result, excessive tears trickle down the face instead of draining from the tear ducts.
Urticaria affecting deeper layers of the skin is referred to as angioedema. Angioedema usually involves the skin around the eyes, cheeks or lips. However, it can also involve the hands, feet, genitals and the mucosa of the throat and bowel in severe cases. Angioedema and urticaria can occur disjointedly or at the same time.