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... for which there is no specific cause but which produces sticky mucous due to under production of normal eye lubricant. ... (6 replies)
... The best way to prevent eye infections is to wash your hands often. If you have any colored mucus coming out of your eyes, you can use a warm compress. ... (12 replies)
... I've tried all sorts of lubricating eye drops, and gel eye drops, and I've seen the GP, optometrist, and ophthalmologist, and yet I still suffer. ... (8 replies)

... that regenerates the corneal epithelium. It is all pretty complicated but in essence, without the lense, I am being putting into a state of constant corneal abrasions caused by the filaments that stick like glue. The devil himself could not have thought this up... ... (71 replies)
... irst that I had only rubbed my eye, but when abrasions persisted he investigated and found filaments. It remains in only one eye, and has worsened over time. The eye has tended to be least painful in the a.m. and worsens with use as the day goes on. I have tried all remedies that I have learned about. ... (71 replies)
... Hello everyone, I am new to this site and was told to go here and become a member from the dry eye zone website. I am having severe problems and do not know how much more I can take of it? ... (71 replies)
... my doctor numbs the eye and uses a forceps with an almost microscopic head and I don't even feel him touching me. ... (40 replies)
... I don't even have to use eye drops. ... (74 replies)
... My eyes are doing pretty badly today. The mucus had been getting better, but now I have a ton of it again. ... (15 replies)

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