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... I prefer not to be too specific because it is very easy to cause undue concern to readers of this thread. The illnesses concerned would all produce other more worrying symptoms so it is unlikely that you are suffering from any of them. ... (6 replies)
... Infectious conditions that produce sticky mucous can last for years without causing damage or progressing. ... (6 replies)
... Starfox, it is just 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. ... (74 replies)

... ribly painful. On these days, I have to keep several cold wash colths stored in the fridge just in case. At bedtime is when it's really scary, because closing my eyes means bathing them in a pool of that burning oil. ... (74 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Jul 29, 2004
... Yes, I think that the plugs can help with any lack of water, even if it is caused by the accessory lacrimal glands. The idea is just to keep whatever tears your eyes do produce in your eyes! If you're lucky, you might even have a problem with some overflow of tears down your cheeks immediately after you get the plugs. ... (488 replies)
My eyes
Mar 17, 2004
... If your eyes are really that dry, there are several things that an ophthalmologist could do to help. ... (7 replies)
... I am sure the cuaterization will help. First all of the inflammation from the procedure has to go down. Then you will start producing more tears. Right now your eyes are probably still very inflamed. ... (12 replies)
... iny openings in the edges of the lids, when they dysfunction they don't produce the right amount of tears and natural oils, and this results in dry eye and extra mucus that has no where to go, which I am suffering from as well, these long mucus strings in my eyes all the time and its driving me mad. ... (13 replies)
... minutes, doing warm compresses and I've used every kind of eye drop, including the Restasis which I am on now. It's horrible, when I wake up in the morning my eyes are shut, they are stuck to my eye balls and I have to rush to the sink to pry them open and put drops in so I can see!! ... (13 replies)
... In other words, do you have enough tears and they just don't stay on your cornea, or do you not produce any tears at all? ... (40 replies)
Aug 22, 2005
... I have been getting "gel" in my eyes too. I always have it. It's just basically a thick, clear mucus. ... (91 replies)
... inflammatory. The idea is to reduce the inflammation in your lacrimal glands, thereby allowing them to produce more tears. However, that only helps with the production of the watery layer of tears. ... (5 replies)
... tis". The theory is that if you can unclog the meibomian glands by using hot compresses to loosen the oil and then doing lid massages to express the oil, you can produce better quality tears. Do you have any visible bumps on the outside of your eyelids? ... (25 replies)
... is a link between eye problems and stomach problems, but I don't have any links or any concrete information to support it. I also remember other people with dry eyes telling me that they also have stomach problems. ... (17 replies)
... permanent closure of the tear ducts. I am leaning more towards the tear ducts, but I do think that the Cyclosporine set me on the right track because it made me produce a little bit more of my own tears until I could preserve them better in my eyes. ... (42 replies)

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