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... Accutane does dry eye syndrom. Sometimes you get it years after you stopped using that drug. Dry eyes syndrom is bothering. ... (8 replies)
... red eyes, which seems to be getting worse as time goes by. Also, I have noticed that my eyes seem to get drier and drier during the day. My ophthalmologist said that I have a very mild dryness of the eye and a mild light sensitivity and that my symptoms should improve. ... (8 replies)
... my moisture seems alright, thought not great. I've tried restasis for about four months now, and i think it helps marginally, but not a lot. Compresses are something I'm gonna start doing religiously now, and I think i'm going to try doxycycline. ... (5 replies)

... I have accuatane induced dry eyes as well so I know exactly how you are feeling. It's been 6 months now and the burning, soreness and redness is still there. I've been doing eveything that my opthalmologist has suggested but nothing is really working. ... (16 replies)
... I was on Accutane 6 months ago and am still battling dry eyes. Can you tell me how long after your courses of Accutane did it take for your dry eyes to get better? ... (5 replies)
... treatment of accutane and I noticed that my eyes were very dry for quite some time after treatment.... ... (5 replies)
... Hi i dont know much about dry eye from accutane, but i know plenty of people whos dry eye was caused by accutane. Do you know if your dry eye is evportive or aqeaous deficient, did you have dry eye before accutane? ... (5 replies)
... I had a mild burning sensation and I'd feel like I need to rub them. Once in a while I'd also feel like there was an eyelash stuck that I needed to get out. ... (16 replies)
... I get a burning feeling when they get real dry, and the foreign body sensation too. I dont wear contacts, but still have the problem. ... (16 replies)
... Hey ndb, My eyes improved only recently (I'd say 8-9 months after going off accutane) which was May/June. I still use eyedrops once in a while but my eyes have improved almost 100%. (16 replies)
... Accutane definately caused my dry eyes. I have been off the horrible drug for 6 months now, and although my eyes are SLOWLY improving, they are no where near back to normal. What is everyone here doing to ease the dry eye symptoms. ... (16 replies)
... I was on accutane and had a tough time with dry eyes and wearing my contacts. My derm did warn me about this at the beginning of my treatment, though. ... (16 replies)
... I am going on three months post Accutane and still experiencing dry eye problems. I was only on Accutane for a month and a half before deciding that the side effects were not worth it, but here the dry eyes still are. ... (0 replies)
... I can't be inside, like, ever. So I sit on my back patio and use my laptop. I live in Florida, so the warm air and humidity makes everything perfect. I can use a laptop for infinite amounts of time so long as I'm out here, which is weird. ... (4 replies)
... Accutane absolutely causes Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and thus dry eye. ... (4 replies)
... Been reading lots here before posting and am blown away. ... (13 replies)
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... I hope your eyes are feeling better. The burning and itching are just awful feelings. I hope over the past week you've started feeling some relief. ... (16 replies)
... The drops only temporarily ctop the burning whenever it gets bad. And I get the same feeling of it feeling like something is in the eye and needing to rub it. My left eye is close to normal as I hardly need to use eye drops in it, but my right eye is still noticeably dry. ... (16 replies)
... never too unbearable for me, so I was very lucky. I know that it could've been a lot worse than it was. I also took my contacts out immediately when I got home and wore my glasses and that lessened my problems. ... (16 replies)

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