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Blepharitis Cure
Jun 4, 2014
... No one has mentioned how much Benzalkonium Chloride was in the wipes sold in the UK. You can order the ones with Benzethonium chloride from the internet. ... (19 replies)
... My eyes are dry. I have read that it can contribute to not being able to wash bacteria out of the eyes. I use over the counter eye drops for lubrication. I do it 6 times a day. I do it when I get up at night too. ... (11 replies)
Blepharitis Cure
Sep 13, 2013
... I was desperate and the ingredient was in another product that we could no longer find. I used it on my eyelashes. Rubbed it good 2 times 4 times a day to start. I can't tell you how much better I felt right away. You don't go into the eye. They sell lid wipes to use on eyes too. ... (19 replies)

Jan 6, 2013
... I am suffering from Blepharitis on and off for nearly a year now. Sometimes it's completely symptoms free but every two months it does come back and I also have the redness underneath my eyes.. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks Brian, I hope the fact that I don't actually have anything wrong with my eye, other than blepharitis, will help my chances. I just want to get rid of what seems to be 70 or so floaters which are ruining my life :/. (7 replies)
... Tony, good luck with the procedure tomorrow. I hope this is the last step in getting your vision back to normal. You mentioned that the doctor had wanted you to take Doxycycline a while back. That's because it's supposed to get rid of Blepharitis and Meibomitis. I was on it for about 6 months and it did nothing for me. ... (244 replies)
... and eyes as dry as the desert. I was constantly having to use artificial tears. I must have gone through about a hundred tubes of GenTeal gel that summer! I was hopeless. I didn't think my eyes were ever going to feel "normal" again. ... (50 replies)
... I really wish that none of this had happend. I really wish that God will take all this away. Can anyone please just give me a little hope? ... (5 replies)
... You really need to get checked... Good luck! Hope you feel better soon. ... (3 replies)
... I know how frustrating blepharitis can be especially when conventional treatments don't work. ... (10 replies)
... your questions aren't dumb! Don't feel badly about asking anything. That's what these boards are for. Once you get your blepharitis under control, your eyelids won't get swollen anymore and your lashes will stop falling out. ... (10 replies)
... I have "minor" blepharitis whatever that means. I went to the Optomologist who told me to focus on lid hygiene. Well, I've been doing the warm compresses and have noticed that my eyes get puffy whenever they are exposed to heat. ... (1 replies)
Blepharitis Cure
Sep 25, 2014
... Glad to hear that you are cured. ... (19 replies)
... I am new to the forum and any help or advice would be great. ... (13 replies)
Nov 10, 2013
... You can kill Blepharitis and wear mascara at the same time you are doing it. I did. ... (14 replies)
... scussion with him about my eyes being so light sensitive and he said that it is because they are just so severely dry. He thinks it is a really great idea for me to wear those fit over sunglasses when I go out in bright sunlight because even my transitions lenses don't provide that much protection. ... (244 replies)
... I just wanted to update you. I just went to the op today and guess what he said? ... (36 replies)
... Hi all! Tony, that is great news that he didn't have to lance the stye and it is shrinking! Finally, something is going your way! ... (67 replies)
... e bad problems, but they can't always grasp the concept that just because my eyes may LOOK fine, that doesn't necessarily mean that they FEEL fine! I am so tired of having to explain to people "just because my eyes are not red, that doesn't mean that they feel good. ... (13 replies)
... and your eyelids are red and puffy, you might have something called blepharitis. I'm no doctor though, so it is best to see an opthalmologist to find out what you really have. ... (1 replies)

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