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this is Dr. David
I am sorry for the delay
there seems to be no doctors in the eye category. the question was moved over to the general medicine category.
zip lining through a dusty area can introduce dust or sand or particles into the eye and cause severe allergy and trauma to the cornea.
you should be using cold compresses on the eyes
and trying to wash them out with cold bottled water.
you can try benadryl orally to see if that helps reduce allergic inflammation in the eye.
do you have any benadryl on you?
you really should cut the vacation short and get back to home and see an eye doctor .
where you do you live?
cold packs and cold towels on the eyes.
rinse out eyes with bottled water.
diphenhydratmine is generic of benadryl.
let me know if you have other questions.
this is loratadine which is basically claritin which is safe
but may not be as good of an anti-histamine as benadryl or diphenhydramine
dephenhydramine dose can be increased up higher up to 300mg a day safely for severe allergic reactions.