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... Blepharitis, both of which cause mucus from your tear glands, lots of possible causes. ... (5 replies)
... Personally I have become an expert at removing these annoying strings from my own eyes. ... (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)
Aug 22, 2005
... Tony, you have to know your eyes. If you think the baby shampoo is irritating you too much, then don't use it. I did OK just using hot compresses. ... (91 replies)
... Kay, glad to hear from you! I was hoping that your absence from the boards meant that you were doing better, but I guess not. ... (87 replies)
... thyroid patients, until I'd had Kenalog debris in one eye for SEVEN years! ... (4 replies)
... I've tried all sorts of lubricating eye drops, and gel eye drops, and I've seen the GP, optometrist, and ophthalmologist, and yet I still suffer. ... (8 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. They are essential to formation of a healthy tear film and good vision. ... (1 replies)
... have. I am suppose to go back to my opto on monday and see. Also I did take blood test for diabities and i didnt get that back either. I hope you are better with your vision and I am going to see what i can do about getting a sinus tab. I really appreciate someone telling me that I am not the only one who had this problem. ... (15 replies)
... I can relate to your eye issue. ... (15 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)
... h 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)
Dry Eye Question
Apr 6, 2006
... rse during the day when its sunny. Perhaps I don't understand this "Dry eye" as well as I should. When I yawn I have tears that stream down my face, If I had dry eye would I still be able to produce tears that stream down the cheeks? ... (2 replies)
... ve to go through so much. I know that Amniotic Membrane Transplant is something extremely serious and yes I would too consider it the last resort. I got my NAC eye drops today but I haven't tried them yet. ... (71 replies)
... Delilah, the only way to know if you have FK is to get examined by an eye doctor. They would most certainly be able to tell if you have it. Yes, FK means that microscopic bits of mucus get stuck to your cornea. ... (71 replies)
... my doctor numbs the eye and uses a forceps with an almost microscopic head and I don't even feel him touching me. ... (40 replies)
... In other words, do you have enough tears and they just don't stay on your cornea, or do you not produce any tears at all? ... (40 replies)

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