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... I got som test boxes of contact lenses that is supposed to be better for dry eyes, and I've tried one of the types a couple of times. Better than my regulars, absolutely, but I couldn't wear them an entire day like I always could before. ... (3 replies)
... I've been wearing cheap glasses for the last week or so, and my eyes look WAAAY better! ... (3 replies)
... could it be that the deficiency of vit. D has made my eyes dry? ... (3 replies)

Dry Eyes
Jul 5, 2009
... I've had a problem with my eyes being dry and feeling kind of inflamed at times. This has been going on for about 4 to 5 years. ... (8 replies)
... I've been a member of this forum for a while, on and off. My symptoms include dry eye, red irritated eyes, MGD and pingeculeas which thank God were surgically removed. ... (3 replies)
... I have a bit of dry eye too. Just seems to have gotten worse as I get older. My eye doctor suggested some natural things I could try and have found some success with it. ... (27 replies)
Dry eye story
Oct 19, 2004
... After a few months the eyes were very red and dry upon awakening , but dry and red all day, evening, night etc. ... (12 replies)
... these changes became more severe. About three weeks after my regular exam I had a sudden change in my vision. I returned to my Optometrist and asked to have my eyes retested. The Optometrist measured a very large change in my prescription. ... (0 replies)
... I just had an eye exam and the optomitrist said my eyes were great. He did a dilation and saw nothing. So, I didn't think to mention it. I do need glasses now, but my prescription is very weak. ... (0 replies)
... Caps that contain Lutein and a long word I think starts with A. And you've been told by professionals that Dry Eye has something to do with floaters? ... (16 replies)
... there is to know. I am very sorry you have MS. If you are taking any of the benzodiazepine drugs for that, unfortunately, these are notorious for causing severe dry eye in response to tolerance or withdrawal. U.S. docs are generally oblivious to this fact though, Euro docs more knowledgeable... ... (40 replies)
... One of the most important things you can do to help dry eyes is to take a lot of flaxseed oil and fish oil. I didn't see that on the ingredient list for the Theralife Eye or the BioTears. ... (40 replies)
... It sounds like what you had done was something like what I had. I had my tear ducts cauterized to seal them off permanently so my eyes would retain more tears. Can you tell me what the procedure entailed doing? ... (3 replies)
... But adding the flax oil has certainly helped my eyes feel better too. They don't get gritty as much, and my contacts are much more comfortable. Now, if I could only get rid of the winter and all the dry heat... ... (244 replies)
... Now I also take Occuvites, Retinavites, Vitamin E and Zinc, Ginko Biloba, which are not only good for aging memory but also for eyes, and Bilberry. ... (33 replies)
... I'm going to ask the doc if she thinks Genteal Gel may be worth a try and talk to her about B vitamin supplements which someone suggested to me, and ask her about increasing my omega 3 fish oil supplement which I currently take to help lower my triglycerides. ... (125 replies)
... I take the tablespoon of the actual oil. It seems to help me, as long as I remember to take it! My eyes seems a lot less dry when I take it in the morning. I've read that it takes 14 of those flaxseed oil pills to equal 1 tablespoon of the oil, so that's why I use the oil... ... (19 replies)
... I really am a dry eye superhero. ... (10 replies)




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