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... intment. The 2nd Dr. says that my glands are clogged. I've been reading about Restasis, and all it says is it will increase the amount of tears output. If the ducts are clogged, how can it? ... (5 replies)
... on the eyelids. The tear ducts to which you refer are near the inner corner of your eye top and bottom near nose and there is one only on the top and bottom. ... (5 replies)
... contacting johns hopkins hospital and maybe reseaching them on line, as i recently went there and am on steriod drops and antibiotics....doc felt that my eyelid oil ducts are all clogged, like acne, and that is causing the pain. ... (2 replies)

Watery eyes
Jun 13, 2004
... If you do decide to go back to the same eye doctor that you saw, ask him WHY your eyes are watery. Then you could bring up such things as dry eyes or clogged tear ducts. Don't let him just brush you off. ... (3 replies)
... First of all my chronic erosions have all but stopped. I haven't had a real problem for 4 months. I do take crushed flaxseed as well as fish oil and vit B complex all for my dry eyes. ... (125 replies)
... st not 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)
... st not 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)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jul 22, 2004
... The only thing that has helped is permanently closing all 4 of my tear ducts with cauterization. Now I have enough tears. But it doesn't matter because I only have the watery layer. ... (488 replies)
My eyes
Mar 17, 2004
... that are inserted into your tear drainage ducts to block tears from draining out of your eyes. As someone else mentioned, you could have some clogged Meibomian glands, which are the oil producing glands in your eyelid. ... (7 replies)
... mucous ducts in such a way that other complications arise? ... (36 replies)
... glands. They are oil glands, and can result from dryness and allergies. Since oil is an essential part of your tears, if you have too many clogged meibomian glands, they can actually be one of the causes of the dryness. I too, have extremely severe allergy eyes. ... (5 replies)




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