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Dry eyes....Help!
Jul 28, 2004
... Yeah, I tend to write long answers, but if my response is going to be as long as some of the ones I've posted here, I do it in installments! I copy and paste what I've typed into microsoft word and come back to it at a later time. ... (488 replies)
... I wake up daily with red, puffy lower eyelids and the inner eyelid itself is red and inflamed which causes the eyeredness and I also as sazy101 have blotchy red face but only for about an hour after having a shower? ... (7 replies)
... Right now, the best thing that every doctor I have seen has told me is to use hot compresses. The problem is that I am allergic to a lot of the things that help most people. ... (488 replies)

... Have you used any sort of artificial tears? ... (25 replies)
... t think I have that kind of problems. To tell you the truth, I am completely confused right now. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed with dry eyes about 12 years ago. It sounds like you are on the right track with your treatments. ... (6 replies)
... OK, I know it is nerve wracking to start using a steroid of any kind. If your eye doctor gave it to you, she must have a reason. ... (5 replies)
... What kind of eye drop are you using now? ... (32 replies)
... just wanted to pass on what i have learnt from the past year and a half of living with thee conditions and seeing numerous eye doctors. Today was hopefully my last visit in a while as I feel i have come a long way. ... (32 replies)
... Yes, the meibomian glands are the oil producing glands inside of the eyelids. ... (25 replies)
... You can say that again! I happen to be very lucky in that I have found a bunch of doctors who genuinely care about me. My eye dr is just about the most compassionate person I have ever met. He bends over backwards for his patients. ... (17 replies)
... gular tear drops, and they almost look like milk. Supposedly it takes about 2 or 3 weeks for them to really work.I personally cannot tell if they are making much of a difference because my eyes are so irritated and inflamed from allergies anyway. But my eye dr says that my eyes don't really look dry anymore. ... (15 replies)

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