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... I often see white mucus like discharge in my eyes, sopecially the left one. It is hard to wipe it out as it seems to disapper in the eye when I try to clean the eys. Anyone familiar with this? ... (8 replies)
... hrough their tiny 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)
... nt have any itching or burning, but in the morning my eyes are pink and i have had a discharge..its usually in the corner..kind of like when i first got the pink eye today it was like mucus and a bit yellow. I'm really concerned about why its only there in the morning though. ... (4 replies)

... 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 might as well go ahead and try them first. I'm happy to report that my eyes are doing well today. Two nights with no erosions, and my eye color is beautifully white again. The mucus discharge as stopped as well, so maybe the drops are helping!! ... (129 replies)
... Hi guys. Well I can report a small bit of good news. Finally one night with no erosion after like a week. My eye returned to white color after staying red since Wednesday. Thankfully, the mucus discharge has stopped as well. ... (129 replies)
... Hey Squirrel, good to hear from ya. Thankfully, last night, no erosion! I just mentally kept telling myself to open my eye very slowly when I woke up. My eye was almost matted shut with crust. I went to the eye doc yesterday, but he gave me depressing news. ... (129 replies)
... rence 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. Obviously, bacteria and viruses and allergies all give different appearances. ... (1 replies)
I'm at a loss
Jun 1, 2008
... I went to see an eye specailist who said it was a sinus issue and I went along to see an ent specalist who just sat and laughed at what the eye dr had said. I went along for a ct scan, it showed mucus thickening in the nasolacrimal sac and the maxillary sinus and a little in the left spehnoid sinus. ... (6 replies)
... Now if my eyes would just feel better, it would be a miracle. My left eye is REALLY bothering me more than usual. ... (323 replies)
... Well, the discharge could be from allergies. ... (8 replies)
... Stringy discharge is comprised of dried mucus. This is indicative of allergy or immune reaction. ... (3 replies)
Eyelid trouble
Sep 8, 2003
... I just got punctal plugs inserted last week for a dry eye problem that came up practically overnight. ... (2 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)
... To the naked eye, you wouldn't be able to tell that I have any eye problems. They don't usually look red or puffy. ... (56 replies)
... I totally understand about the mucus impairing your vision. It does the same thing to me. Plus, I get a ton of discharge from my eyes during the day It splatters all over my glasses. It's hard to see when there is a string of mucus laying on top of your eyeball. ... (5 replies)




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