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Hi. First of all I do not think that the eye swabs will be of any value as this does not sound like a bacterial infection. Also, before going to an allergy specialist I tend to agree with you -- have her examined by an ophthalmologist. If she can be seen by a pediatric ophthalmologist, so much the better as they are very experienced on getting in a good eye exam on little kids who don't want to be examined :)
I think that the extensive use of so many different antibiotics have done nothing other then muddy the waters. That being said, an ophthalmologist is the best trained person to sort out the possible causes of your daughters eye problems.
Does this make sense to you?
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