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... Christy, my lasik eye doctor said I have sun damage in my eyes too. And that's what's causing my chronic red eyes. ... (8 replies)
... I used to frequently do indoor UV tanning, without the eye goggles. Could this be the cause of the redness, and if so, are my eyes be permanently damaged from this? ... (8 replies)
... For last two months I went to sleep and woke up with pain in eyes, burning eyes, redness, tingling in eyes below eye lid. I rush to the doctor thinking that I may have Herpes In my eyes. ... (0 replies)

... or dry. My parents assured me that when my eyes were burning, it was due to dryness. However, as time went on, the effectiveness of the eye drops declined. I noticed that the red veins were becoming more and more persistent and actually spreading further. ... (0 replies)
... My symptoms are mainly just redness of the left eye and some mild crusting in the corners and occasionally I notice a slight itch. ... (11 replies)
... also, I have been told by a doctor that red eyes from computer use is irrelevant to chronic red eyes. He said red eyes from computer use is normal, but when you're not on the computer than it should go away. ... (31 replies)
... About 6 or 7 weeks ago, I developed an earache in my left ear and went to see a doctor who prescribed antibiotics for an infection. At the same time, my left eye started to really bother me. ... (0 replies)
... How in the world do you get rid of chronic red eye when you know it's not allergies or the other reasons doctors give you? ... (0 replies)
... I took a trip to Europe. The very first day I arrived, I was rubbing my right eye and a patch of my eye turned red. I didn't think anything of it but the redness persisted. ... (2 replies)
... ng on for weeks. I suspect it will be gone within a week, but it's still very annoying. Jc, I also have a prominent vein in my other eye, but I have found that redness in general is greatly helped by keeping the eye very moist. Maybe it's time to take the plunge into the artificial tear therapy. Slmaz, hope you are well. ... (78 replies)
... The eye component of it can become dry and red, so you may have dry eye due to rocesea. Burning, redness are symptoms of dry eye. You can have mild rocasea with bad ocular rocesea. and vise versa. ... (7 replies)
... I have chronic dry eye and get the stringy discharge because my eyes are not hydrated enough. ... (3 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Oct 14, 2004
... temporal with the nasal side surgically removed in March. As far as problems, it definitely exacerbates the dry eye issue as well as redness and blood vessels growth to the area where the "pings" are located. Plus as Dr. ... (488 replies)
Jan 6, 2013
... m suffering from Blepharitis on and off for nearly a year now. Sometimes it's completely symptoms free but every two months it does come back and I also have the redness underneath my eyes..on my face. ... (14 replies)
... never even had an eye test! ... (3 replies)
... went through several rounds of antibiotic drops from the doctor but it would always come back, like clockwork about once a month. I stopped wearing contacts and eye makeup altogether. ... (5 replies)
... After many years of eye issues at only 26, and 4 opthamologists later, their is no agreement between them on what i have other then dry eyes, all 4 agree on this. ... (4 replies)
Bloodshot Eyes
Aug 31, 2006
... I wanted to know if there are people who have chronic red bloodshot eyes from using Visine type products long term. I became dependent on these drops about 4 years ago when an eye doctor told me to use it. ... (10 replies)
... Refresh brand eye drops are recommended by my Ophtamologist. They keep my chronic dry eyes hydrated. They won't take away the redness, buy they do help with some of the irritation. ... (1 replies)
... I do not think some of these docs read up enough. More than one study on the net says filamentary keratitus can involve "severe pain." I obviously have a severe chronic case. Yet I seemed to be viewed by some as a joke, with my swollen leds, redness, rapid blinking, watering and all. ... (40 replies)

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