... Those nose sprays aren't good in the long term; especially if a steroid. They have a rebound affect so you have difficulty stopping.
I also find my eyes affected when allergies or pollution is rampant; they don't only affect the nose!
I've controlled nasal symptoms by douching my nose every day. Takes a few minutes and well worth it; washes out the allergens and... (11 replies)
... I have the exact same problem and have been seeing my eye Dr for almost a year. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I'm 31 years old and get eye mucous in my eyes constantly. It seems that it started when I was pregnant with my son. 10 years later I am still dealing with it. ... (1 replies)
... Vitamin A has also proven to be helpful for mucous membranes and dry eye. I've also hear soy is good too, but i dont know if that was just a myth... ... (2 replies)
... Hi my name is Katie and I also have been to several doctors, and they all tell me I have dry eye. My eyes are not dry they wet with this stingy stuff, I have not been able to where make up for years. I am thinking it is a medication that is causing this. I wish someone out there could help!!!!! (5 replies)
... es its clear, yellow, white, and green. day to day ya sure i have a little like somewhat normal, but then other days it consumes my eye. i've tried drops, tears, eye wash, pink eye medicine everything it seems like. if i pick it out it comes back times 100. ... (1 replies)
... s. The epithelium is the surface layer and these are called Goblet Cells. They are essential to formation of a healthy tear film and good vision. If You mean the mucous like dischages people get in their eyes at times, it is more likely composed mostly of white blood cells or lymphocytes in response to an infection or allergen. ... (1 replies)
... what can be done about glob of mucous in my right eye (0 replies)
... The mucous is a reaction to an irritation. That could be due to a physical imperfection of some sort in the right contact lens. Are they soft or hard lenses? ... (1 replies)
... first wake up in the morning my eyes seem to have a film over them. I can clear my vision by either blinking or washing my eyes out with some water. I also have mucous strings that I can literally pull out of my eyes. ... (1 replies)
... W, a mall optometrist graduated from a school of optometry same as the one with a fancier office. I used to be examined by the optometry students at a university eye clinic. ... (4 replies)
... up from a medical eye doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Infectious conditions that produce sticky mucous can last for years without causing damage or progressing. ... (6 replies)
... I have both allergies and dry eye. I have ended up with tons of the stringy white stuff in my eyes for years. I think a lot of it is caused by the dry eye. Your Opthomologist could diagnosis this officially if it is a problem for you. I use alot of saline drops in my eyes to help keep them lubricated. Mornings are worse for me. My eyes don't tear enough while I sleep.
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... o contacts. If I don't remove it , It will slide down my eye into my line of vision like a egg white . I had tried eye drops, allergy meds, kenolog shots. Has anyone else had this problem? ... (5 replies)
... welder by trade so i'm thinking it's the smoke from the burning that makes my eyes like that.I have been using Bausch and Laumb eye wash when it occurs.It seems to be working. ... (3 replies)
... My Ophtomologist calls them eye buggers. I get them for two reasons. I have dry eye and sometimes get them when my eyes are irritated. Mostly I get them from allergic conjunctivitis. ... (3 replies)
... you can possibly have an eye infection like conjunctivitis. You should see an Optometrist, because they have a slit lamp to take a look at the eye, rather than seeing a MD. ... (3 replies)
... tantly blink my eyes numerous times to clear my vision, only for the blurriness to return in a short while followed by the same procedure to get clear vision. My eye doctor says is due to an infection in the eyes. The doctor gave me medication and eye drops for the infection which did nothing to help. ... (1 replies)
... every time I would wake up I was hardly unable to open my eyes and had to squint to get to the bathroom. I would have to pry them open to try to put eye drops in them. They were so dry i couldn't even blink. When I woud get to the bathroom they were also full of mucous. ... (0 replies)