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... closing my eyes during the day. I currently am using lubricating eye drops, and I also have this little water bath... I'll explain what I mean by water bath. ... (8 replies)
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... the day, and artificial tears as needed, and Refresh PM before bed. The problem is, even though i'm doing these things, my left eye is STILL making slimy stringy mucus stuff that blocks my vision, and I have to wipe it out literally every few minutes. ... (1 replies)

... the day, and artificial tears as needed, and Refresh PM before bed. The problem is, even though i'm doing these things, my left eye is STILL making slimy stringy mucus stuff that blocks my vision, and I have to wipe it out literally every few minutes. ... (3 replies)
Severely Dry Eyes
Nov 13, 2012
... term diabetic, forgot my ginko biloba today, often forget a word just as I'm about to use it. Sorry. Fill in the blank, if you don't mind, please. Just came from yarn club, then cooking, cloudy day, and I'm so tired. ... (4 replies)
Severely Dry Eyes
Nov 12, 2012
... another forum one time they were saying increasing their thyroid dose helped tremendously with Dry Eye. And that you can get a chemical burn from drops if used too often, but like you, I, and a friend my same age, use Refresh, more comfortable than Systane. ... (4 replies)
... I first went to my eye doctor because my right eye was red, itchy, and white mucus was coming out of the corners. ... (0 replies)
... Mucous comes from specialized cells in the conjuntival epithelium tissue under your eyelids. The epithelium is the surface layer and these are called Goblet Cells. ... (1 replies)
... to cause undue concern to readers of this thread. The illnesses concerned would all produce other more worrying symptoms so it is unlikely that you are suffering from any of them. ... (6 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)
... My co worker has the same thing. She has no insurance and the eye doctors seen say the same thing. YOU MUST STOP TOUCHING YOUR EYES. (2 replies)
... So for about two years now, my eyes have been developing these strings of mucus, and its been getting worse and worse. ... (2 replies)
... My husband had cataract surgery with a RESTOR implant on Wednesday. Today is Sunday and he is still getting mucus from the eye when he puts drops in first thing in the morning. Should that still be happening? ... (2 replies)
... may cause dry eyes. thats why HRT causes dry eye. And a reason women suffer from dry eye more than men. so it could be that its your menstral cycle and hormones. When i wake up i could ussually tell if im having a bad dry eye day. ... (14 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)
... I have an appointment that I'd have to wait 2 months to reschedule for chronic back pain tomorrow. My eyes are still oozing green and yellow mucus from my eyes to the point where I have to wipe it out every 10 minutes just so I can see. Can I go? ... (1 replies)
... 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)
... of the stringy white pieces of mucus in my eyes. They are not really considered filaments. It's just mucus from your dryness. Filaments occur when a piece of mucus gets stuck to the cornea and it becomes painful and has to be removed by a doctor. ... (71 replies)
... Duke is one of the best places you could have gone. In fact, my doctor is from Duke. If you like, I can find out from him when I see him tomorrow who is the best person at Duke to see for dry eyes. ... (16 replies)
... I found these boards when I did. When I first started having these problems, I didn't even know about healthboards. I just started searching for things about dry eyes one night on the internet and I found it. Everyone here has been so helpful and supportive. ... (74 replies)




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