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... The best way to prevent eye infections is to wash your hands often. If you have any colored mucus coming out of your eyes, you can use a warm compress. ... (12 replies)
... I totally agree.... it is NOT normal to have colored mucus coming out of your eyes for any period of time, especially 6 months! How do you even know that you have conjunctivitis? ... (2 replies)
... The ophthalmologist can tell the difference between the different types of conjunctivitis by looking at your eyes under the microscope. You can't tell the difference just by looking at your eye. Your eye doctor has to tell you what type of infection you have. ... (1 replies)

... I am so sorry your starting to suffer from mucus in your eyes, first one I've seen that has the same problem as me, I've been suffering from long stringy mucus in my eyes for 3 years now, I was diagnosed with MGD, which is Mebioman Gland Dysnfunction, I get the mascara pieces as well. ... (3 replies)
... Do you have anything coming out of your eyes, such as green or yellow mucus? ... (1 replies)
... It is most likely not your sinuses draining into your eyes, but rather a build up of mucus and crust from dryness and allergies. Hot compresses can do A LOT of good to get rid of the crust and blurriness in the morning. ... (20 replies)
... Yes, definitely see an eye dr for a proper diagnosis. Do you notice any sort of mucus or discharge coming out of your eyes? ... (2 replies)
... I am very glad that your husband is going to try the cyclosporine drops. I am assuming that his dr thought it was a good idea, right? ... (42 replies)
... Hello everyone Im so sorry Purple and Johnny that your poor eyes are so bad, I'd rather suffer from the strings in my eyes than those horrilbe stinging filaments, I don't even know how you could take that? ... (71 replies)
... with Severe Chronic Dry Eye for 3 years now, along with MGD and having this I am putting drops in every 5 minutes, doing warm compresses and I've used every kind of eye drop, including the Restasis which I am on now. ... (13 replies)
... You can say that again! I happen to be very lucky in that I have found a bunch of doctors who genuinely care about me. My eye dr is just about the most compassionate person I have ever met. He bends over backwards for his patients. ... (17 replies)
... Are your eyelashes matter, especially when you wake up? ... (3 replies)
... but they do burn on and off during the day. The reason I say that my dr is so good is because he will not rest until he figures this thing out for me. He told me that he has spent many sleepless nights thinking about my eyes! Plus, he really does know what he is doing. ... (13 replies)
... biotic ointment called Neomycin. My internist, not my ophthalmologist had prescribed it for me. And after using it my eyes got beat red and very very itchy, and were burning and I had all kinds of mucus coming out of them. ... (10 replies)
... Saturday I was driving and had to pull over to put in drops. Then I got so frustrated that I just sat there and cried. He says that my eyes look good though. What a comfort. They look good but they sure don't feel good. Sigh. ... (42 replies)
... I have had both a colonoscopy and an endoscopy. An endoscopy is no big deal. You just don't eat after midnight on the day of the test, you go in and they sedate you and put the tube down your throat. A colonoscopy is has a much more difficult prep. ... (87 replies)
... If your eyelids are puffy and your eyes are red, it sounds to me like you have got some sort of inflammation going on. When you say you have tried every eyedrop ever made, could you be more specific? ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for that long post. You maybe right that it could be a staph infection. I will definitely check it out. Also for now the past 3 days of me not wearing my glasses my eyes are alot better. I may have what u do have. I am suppose to go back to my opto on monday and see. ... (15 replies)
... I can relate to your eye issue. ... (15 replies)
... ot good, I couldn't even wet the paper. He said there is no way in hell I have Filamentary Keratitus and he even told me that some people cannot even blink with out having their eyes completely shut on them from the dryness. ... (71 replies)




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