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... A year or so ago it got picked up via an eye test and then in referral to hospital that i have ocular hypertension. And was given some Latanoprost eye drops. ... (3 replies)
... I to get eye pain and suffer from dry eye, When i last saw eye doc he looked at the eye and it was recovering from a scratch, He thought that the pain was due to this injury. Hope this helps. ... (1 replies)
Strange eye pain
Nov 26, 2008
... I've been having strange eye pain for a while now. ... (1 replies)

... About 2 weeks ago my left eye was very sore. Thought it was just dry as I tend toward dry eyes so I started using thera tears. ... (1 replies)
... I'm in no real pain, its just annoying and feels weird when blinking. ... (0 replies)
... When we sleep, our eyes often aren't entirely shut. So the eyeballs may be dried out by morning. During the day, blinking the eyelids causes the tears to be distributed across the eyeball, and keeps the eyes from drying out. That's my guess. ... (2 replies)
... I, as most of you, have done a lot of research relating to dry eye and just came across this....I had never thought of the positioning of my computer screen! I cant wait to change that. ... (0 replies)
... but basically part of the top layer of the cornea doesn't stick well, and even blinking, etc can cause this part to be eroded. This exposes nerve endings in the eye and is very painful. You'll think there's gotta be glass in your eye, but there isn't. ... (2 replies)
... and when I woke up both of my eyes were incredibly dry, and I had to end up wearing my glasses for the rest of the day. ... (0 replies)
... it's more likely that you may be moving in your sleep causing the eyelid to rub against something. In other words, the force of the eyelid rubbing against the eye is a lot stronger then gentle eye movement which most likely just causes the eyelid to "move with" the eye. ... (8 replies)
... contacts in and started driving and noticed my eyes started to burn really bad when air or light hit them and it was really hard to keep them open. i figured hey it's dark in work i should be fine. ... (3 replies)
... My husband had Lasik in 1995 and PRK in 2005. When he goes to sleep he wakes up with bad pain in his left eye and it takes him half an hour of blinking to settle it down before he can fall asleep again. He has tried Systane, Endura drops, Refresh gel drops, and GenTeal Gel Drops and they arent helping. ... (1 replies)
... Hello I am the mother of a 11 year old with Glaucoma. I found out that she has Glaucoma when she was 4. She has went to the Specialists and they have advised me that she needs surgery to relieve the pressure on her eyes. ... (3 replies)
Rce
Jun 14, 2006
... most impossible once you start healing. In theory it may be possible if your epithelium is very very thinned out in which case it can even happen during the day when blinking. But usually the likelihood of that dissipates pretty fast. ... (143 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 15, 2006
... We do use artificial tears BUT that is really something done right when awakening. You see, with RCES what happens is some may sleep with their eyes slightly open which will dry the eye out at night. ... (56 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Apr 21, 2005
... I wore my contacts all the time and got pink eye quite often. ... (488 replies)
Possible RCE?
Apr 28, 2010
... The closest thing to scratching my eye I can remember would be a couple days ago, hiking, I felt like I got something in my eye and I never really felt like I got it out, but eventually the pain subsided, though it came back throughout the day a few times. ... (3 replies)
... elax and move the eyelid as little as possible until you get the drops in. Lay on your back and let the tip of the bottle touch the sclera at where the nose and eye meets so that gravity works the tears down your eyes. You can't overdose so be liberal when adding drops. Try to not sleep on your back. ... (125 replies)
... Now about waking up. I had read some of this advice earlier yesterday so this morning before I opened my eyes I tried to do the eye drop thing but it didn't seem to work. However maybe my pain was just due to irriataion from the lens and not the actual erosion? ... (13 replies)
... Change that thinking into being afraid to move your eyelids when you awaken in the morning. Then, when you awaken, keep your eyelids still, closed and relaxed. ... (13 replies)




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