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... update us on your situation. Also, maybe you can help me. How did they determine that the blockage was near the corner of your eye and that you needed the Lester Jones tube? ... (2 replies)
... I underwent DCR surgery for a tear drainage problem in my right eye. Essentially, there was no tear drainage system so they inserted a Lester Jones tube from the inner corner of the eye into the tear sac in the nose. ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like your Jones Tube is not in the correct position. If this is the case, set up an appointment with your doctor to have it's position adjusted. ... (2 replies)

... I have had a jones tube in my right eye for 15 years! ... (6 replies)
... I have had two dcr's in the past year, but they did not work. I had jones tube surgery ten days ago. Is it normal for the tube to keep popping out and when I try to push it in place it starts to bleed. ... (2 replies)
... Could anyone please give me any information on having a lester jones tube put in their eye. I have had an unsuccessful DCR for a seriously weepy eye and my surgeon is suggesting having a tube put in. ... (6 replies)
... Please can you tell me how you are finding the lester jones tube now? ... (6 replies)
... I was wondering how you goy on with the Jones Tube. ... (6 replies)
... Hello I too have had an LJ Tube inserted into my left eye. I had a lot of trouble in the early days but now I use a "Netty Post" to keep the tube clean. ... (6 replies)
... Hi I have had surgery for this 3 times. The first time they fitted the right eye, and then one month later it fell out ( I sneezed and it literally flew out my eye lol) The second time was to replace the right tube and to put the left one in too - I was born with blocked tear ducts, so watery eyes has been an issue for me for many years. I was about 16 when I had the... (6 replies)
... Maybe your doctor just meant 4 to 5 wks if everything's okay, and expects you to call if there's a problem. Hope you'll keep us posted, as I've been told I have a "METABOLIC" drainage problem, though I take a pretty large thyroid dose. (2 replies)
... My tubes slightly pop out from time to time, i gently push them back in, but I dont get any bleeding, so this might be something to take up with your doc! (2 replies)
... it is called a Jones tube. When I swim, I wear goggles as a precaution. I have never had a any problems. The goggles also protect your eyes from the harsh chlorinated water. ... (2 replies)
Rce
Jul 12, 2006
... Your question about the Jones tube. It replaces the tear duct in the corner of my eye by my nose... ... (143 replies)
Rce
Jul 11, 2006
... What exactly is this Jones tube supposed to do? ... (143 replies)
Rce
Jul 11, 2006
... Greetings to you all: Hope that you all are erosion free -- keeping free of painful incidents. I have been using Refresh Tears since February and am fairly free of erosions - had a few minor ones. By applying artificial tears liberally at night and whenever I awaken, I am managing to keep the erosions at bay fairly well. Mike's advise to NEVER open your eyers without first... (143 replies)
Rce
Apr 13, 2006
... lost draining and I had an artificial Jones tube inserted 3 years ago...I am sure now that this contributes to the dryness .. ... (143 replies)
... Just wondering if anybody has had one of these glass tubes put in to drain away tears.? After surgery on my right tmj i was left with facial paralasis and as a result i have trouble with my rt eye running all the time as my bottom eyelid does not work my tears run down my face instead of being washed around my eye, It has been decided that i need to have one of these tubes... (6 replies)
... I was examined by an oculoplastic surgeon in a hospital clinic. She simply put a small tube or syringe containing a liquid in the corner of my eye and tried to force the liquid through the nasolacrimal duct into my nose, with no success. ... (1 replies)




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