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... I have accuatane induced dry eyes as well so I know exactly how you are feeling. It's been 6 months now and the burning, soreness and redness is still there. ... (16 replies)
... I hve dry eyes from Accutane also. IT's been 6 months since I've stopped the drug. Can you tell me if your dry eyes got better over time? ... (24 replies)
... I was on Accutane 6 months ago and am still battling dry eyes. Can you tell me how long after your courses of Accutane did it take for your dry eyes to get better? ... (5 replies)

... but no one seems to have studies accutane induced dry eyes, and I wanted to get a sense of other people's experiences. ... (5 replies)
... treatment of accutane and I noticed that my eyes were very dry for quite some time after treatment.... ... (5 replies)
... I have dry eyes that were caused by using accutane, and I'm trying to find out what kinds of treatments other people with accutane induced dry eyes have had success with. ... (5 replies)
... dose accutane I was on. I came off it because of the terrible side effects. ... (24 replies)
... sation and I'd feel like I need to rub them. Once in a while I'd also feel like there was an eyelash stuck that I needed to get out. I never had a problem with dry eyes before I went on accutane so I'm assuming that accutane was what caused me to have those symptoms. ... (16 replies)
... Hey ndb, My eyes improved only recently (I'd say 8-9 months after going off accutane) which was May/June. I still use eyedrops once in a while but my eyes have improved almost 100%. (16 replies)
... Accutane definately caused my dry eyes. I have been off the horrible drug for 6 months now, and although my eyes are SLOWLY improving, they are no where near back to normal. What is everyone here doing to ease the dry eye symptoms. ... (16 replies)
... I was on accutane and had a tough time with dry eyes and wearing my contacts. My derm did warn me about this at the beginning of my treatment, though. ... (16 replies)
... Actually, I think one of the main side effects of accutane is dry eyes. ... (16 replies)
... Here are a few side effects of Accutane: corneal opacities, decreased night vision, cataracts, color vision disorder, conjunctivitis, dry eyes, eyelid inflammation, keratitis, optic neuritis, photophobia, visual disturbances (16 replies)
... Accutane definately casued my dry eyes, and its been five months since I have been off the damn drug and I still have the dry problem. Hopefully with time it will clear up, but you never know. ... (16 replies)
... Anyone "see" a connection between having taken Accutane for acne at some point and having problems with dry eyes? ... (16 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Mar 10, 2005
... drink more green tea. It wasn't a scientific report where I read it. Of course, you could experiment and see for yourself. Sleek822, I have the same problem from accutane but with minimal blepharitis. Flax oil and DHEA thin meibomian gland secretions so you might try them. ... (488 replies)
... Calibug, they did experiments with DHEA eye drops in rabbits at Harvard. The eyedrops thinned out meibomian gland secretions and relieved evaporative dry eye. The experiments were short term, only two weeks long. ... (488 replies)
... They also kick white blood cells out of the lacrimal glands, which is important to those who have Sojgren's Syndrome. So yea, menopause is bad news if you have dry eyes. Definitely don't do hormone replacement therapy. I don't even recommend DHEA. I'm only experimenting for a few weeks. ... (488 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jan 26, 2005
... My dry eyes were pretty much confined to when I woke up while I was on accutane. They then got worse for 4 years. ... (488 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jan 26, 2005
... Welcome aboard. I am sorry to hear you've been dealing with dry eyes for such a long time and without a Dr's help. ... (488 replies)

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