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... Many people with dry eye have mucus in their eyes in the morning becuase they do not have the sufficent tears that natuarlly wash it away, everyone has it, but mosts arnet a problem. ... (3 replies)
... i have mucus in my eye...and i know this is gross but its like a string of it gathered in my lower eyelid and I can pull it out and sometimes it wraps around my eye into the upper eyelid. I notice little spots of black mascara in there too sometimes....even if I washed my makeup off the night before. I saw my dr. ... (3 replies)
... When you keep blinking, does it clear up momentarily or doesn't that help at all? ... (2 replies)

Aug 22, 2005
... I have been getting "gel" in my eyes too. I always have it. It's just basically a thick, clear mucus. ... (91 replies)
... Thanx for the reply.No,I dont wear contacts,or even glasses.And,the mucus is yellow in the corner of my eye,but clear over the eye ball itself. ... (3 replies)
... Could you possibly have some mucus in your eye? ... (1 replies)
... Three days back I had an insect bite in my hand and also in my forehead. Since then my left eye started to drain excessively. ... (2 replies)
... ot possible for me to go without using tear drops. My eyes are so bone dry that they are incredibly painful if I don't use them. Plus, I don't have very much oil in my tears anyway. I have learned that if my eyes feel dry and I DON'T put tears in them, I will wind up with a corneal abrasion or an infection. ... (74 replies)
... It is most likely not your sinuses draining into your eyes, but rather a build up of mucus and crust from dryness and allergies. Hot compresses can do A LOT of good to get rid of the crust and blurriness in the morning. ... (20 replies)
... it still could be allergies. I know once I'd wake up in the morning with yellow NOSE mucus, but it was clear the rest of the time and the doctor told me it was allergies because the mucus if it LAYS will get yellow. ... (3 replies)
... My problem is that over the past few months, it takes me 10 minutes or more to clear the mucus and goo from my eyes. I've splashed water while in the shower, washed out my eyes while doing other things, make sure no lints in the eyebrows, etc. ... (1 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)
Mar 15, 2003
... Zaditor is a good drop. Maybe your dr thinks it will help clear up your eye problems in general, even though you don't have any itching. Eye allergies can also cause dryness and blepharitis. ... (6 replies)
... One eye doctor says I have dry eyes another says my problem is allergies. Not sure which one to believe. ... (5 replies)
... The color of the mucus does count. If its clear, than its probably not an infection, like blepharitis. It could be dry eye syndrome. Many doctors misdiagnose this. I'm 28 years old and I've had dry eye for about five years now. I have mucus in my eyes throughout the day. ... (7 replies)
... I posted a few months ago about eye pain and for a while things seemed better for me but then new symptoms seemed to crop up. ... (1 replies)
Smokey vision
Apr 4, 2005
... as if you are blinking away the tears, or a little mucus covering the eye? ... (2 replies)
... Rather, try flusing your eyes with preservative free artificial tears, such as Bion Tears or Thera Tears. If you see it in the corner of your eye, try to pull it out. ... (2 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jul 29, 2004
... o bedside manner, and lack compassion. I realize what a true gem my own doctor is, and how lucky I am to have him. And to think, that I only found him by looking in the yellow pages! So much for relying on recommendations! ... (488 replies)
My eyes fee funny
Oct 21, 2003
... I've been taking stringy clear things out of my eyes forever. My dr can sometimes see them when he examines my eyes under the microscope. It's generally associated with allergies. ... (6 replies)

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