... how much blepharitis take to disappear! ... (0 replies)
... My next appointment is in January 2017. He said to come back sooner if it gets worse. Is Blepharitis a constant condition? ... (14 replies)
... Thank you all for the replies. I appreciate it very much! I don't know anyone with blepharitis and this has helped me a lot. ... (14 replies)
... Thank you Q for replying. I appreciate it very much. Yes I am seeing an opthalmologist. He says its getting better but I don't feel like it is. After I stopped the antibiotics it seems like it got worse.
I am using Ocusoft for a scrub. I will ask for a test of the crusts. No I have not been checked for sjogrens. I looked it up and I do have some of the symptoms. I... (14 replies)
... Sounds as though you are going through a horrible time. I dont think the ptosis surgery would have caused it, but maybe there was a contributing factor in exacerbating it if you had a mild case before it.
Are you seeing an ophthalmologist?
Maybe try another scrub? What are you using at this point?
I would suggest asking for a test of the crusts to see if you need... (14 replies)
... Any information would certainly help me. I am new to this and don't know how to survive this disease. I had eye surgery for tosis and now have blepharitis. I am doing warm compress twice a day along with the eye lid scrub. I was on topical anitibiotic for approx. 2 months. Dr. told me to stop the antibiotic at last exam and now my eyes are crusted in the morning and need... (14 replies)
... Hello. I was diagnosed with Blepharitis Disease after an eye surgery. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Q. I was using the individual vials then changed to Refresh gels which seemed to work better. I don't believe the gels come in individual vials. I do like the vials better because it is more sterile and a lot easier to apply at work.
My spouse doesn't understand my symptoms. He is upset because I can't do a lot of what we use to do. It hurts because I do need the... (14 replies)
... Tickman....better is subjective to how your eyes react. Vials have no preservatives compared to the bottles. Doesn't mean they are bad....just means that some tend to have preservatives and ingredients that some are more sensitive or allergic, and that can cause an exacerbation of symptoms. The vials are definitely not cost effective, but some can only use them.
q (14 replies)
... Hi Bleue. Thank you for your suggestions. I tried the gel and love it. It last longer. I started the baby shampoo last nite. I used the Johnson's baby shampoo.
Thank you and please keep forwarding suggestions. Have you taken Omega-3 and has it helped? (14 replies)
... Hi Q. I thought the bottle of drops are better than the individual vials because the vials have perservatives. I might be wrong. What do you think of taking Omega-3? (14 replies)
... Hi....the individual vials have no preservatives. I use Refresh vials. They are expensive to use daily on an as needed basis, so I save them for when my eyes are really rough feeling or if there's something in there that I can't get out. When that happens, everything tends to get swollen, ugh. They are soothing, but expensive.
What gels did you get? Are they in a... (14 replies)
... Thank you for being so possitive. Although, it is so awful and never thought I would have to go through this ordeal. I did get the gels. What is the difference between the individual vials vs. the bottle?
I just hope that we can find some kind of solace and help. Always positive! :)
Maria (14 replies)
... Tickman.....you aren't whining at all...and comparing what others have has no bearing on the misery you're suffering.. i hope you are able to get some relief soon and a firm diagnosis with a regimen of treatment.
q (14 replies)
... I do prefer baby shampoo that I buy in a health food store, not common brands carried in pharmacies or chain stores. I use a small plastic cup, pour in about the equivalent of 1/4 teaspoon shampoo then mix with hot water and stir with my finger. A bottle of shampoo can last me for a year; you can't beat that pricewise. I also use a hot compress as instructed by my... (14 replies)
... Hi tickman....I have a reallllllly mild bit of it. I don't get crusts or itching, but I do sometimes have bumps on the waterline that I can scrape off with sterilised tweezers. It's definitely oily since it melts between my fingers.
I do have dry eyes and nose and mouth and some autoimmune issues. I asked my doc if I had sjogrens, since my sister has it, but she... (14 replies)
... Sometimes the inability to improve lies with the methodolgy used for the scrub.
You didn't mention if you do a hot compress on your eyes before the lid scrub. If not, you should do that. Use a washcloth folded up to fit across the eyes, saturated with hot water and the excess water pressed out. Keep it on for about 5 - 10 minutes. That softens up the crusts and internal... (14 replies)
... Hi Everyone -
I have a stye + blepharitis in my right eye. My doctor prescribed two things to fix the issue.
1) Cephalexin 500 MG
- 2 times a day for 10 days
2) Tobramycin and Dexamethasone Ophthalmic Suspension USP (0.3%) (0 replies)
... Hi all,
Does anyone have experience with this?
I haven't been to an optometrist yet to be diagnosed but will be looking to get an appointment this week.
I've noticed over the last week a kind of light but constant and uncomfortable burning sensation in both eyes and the loss of an unusual (very high) amount of eyelashes. When I look further I noticed crusting/gunk... (2 replies)
... Putting olive oil on my eyelids gave me posterior blepharitis can this heal since my glands didn't randomly dysfunction? ... (0 replies)