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Oct 24, 2006
... I have good results from Restasis, however I do not recall how long it took to see results. ... (4 replies)
... I'm only 23 and I've had this horrible dry eye condition since I was 20. My problem is not only the dryness, but my eyes are also very susceptible to infection and I've had quite a few abrasions. ... (7 replies)
... I had blepharitis for about 5 years, about 2 years after I started wearing contacts. i think the contacts made it worse along with dry eye. The Restasis never did work very well. Never any bad pain with my blepharitis, just irritation, redness on the edges, and dry eyes. ... (6 replies)

... I think they are only allowed to sell the Generic for pets in US, because of the patent issues and agreements with the drug companies. And the pet version might be different. ... (6 replies)
... so my rheumatologist sent me to my eye dr. and he started me on Restasis and steroid drops. They both said said that if this doesn't work, then I will need to have my ducts plugged. This makes me nervous. I am an avid reader and a visual person. We also home school our children. ... (0 replies)
... No they havent told me which layer i am missing, i suppose i have to guess at that one too? ... (5 replies)
... months. I don't know how long I'll be able to go on with Restasis, cos it'S so damn expensive. But I'll surely try it for a longer time. ... (11 replies)
... 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)
... ars, before that they were moderately dry. I had punctal plugs and they did not work. I had that test where they put a little piece of paper under your lower lid to see the amount of tears you make and I did not make any tears. ... (13 replies)
... In my estimation, my condition started back in Oct. of '04 when I developed a nasty eye infection. I was treated with antibiotic drops, and the infection seemed to subside. ... (16 replies)
... I'm glad to hear Misty that you have had improvement. After 2 years, it must be really welcome. It does give the rest of us hope. ... (14 replies)
... It is also hard to tell if the eye with the remaining plug is any better than the other eye. ... (7 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Aug 21, 2004
... The infection is long gone, but my immune system kind of went haywire. He said for sure that the toxicity effects of Tobramycin wouldn't still be causing a problem. ... (488 replies)
... I'm sort of new to this board. I've had dry eyes for three months. My story is on here somewhere under the thread "Dry Eye...Help. ... (87 replies)
... Sorry I haven't replied in a while. I was having computer problems, but they seem to be under control at the moment! I just didn't want to go on the internet until I got my Norton Internet Security installed. ... (87 replies)
... weeks before I decide if it is working or not. I guess that is about how long it is supposed to take to kick in. Wouldn't it be nice if we could find something that would work overnight? ... (2 replies)
... i have been struggling and seeing doctors for 8 years about dye eye. i have tried restasis to no avail, since i guess my oil ducts are not producing oil to keep the tears on the eyes. i produce enough tears, so restasis, after about 5 months burned so much and i stopped them.... ... (11 replies)
... f drops and gels, so having punctum plugs in my lower tear ducts and the upper ones closed, it's a lil bit okay. What really scares me is the fact that I'm going to have a long flight to Sri Lanka witch takes 11 hours. Gosh, that'll dry my eyes like hell, I'd probably have to wet my eyes with drops every 5 minutes. ... (11 replies)
... glands. After five minutes or so stand in front of a mirror and pull one eyelid back towards the ears until their taut and use the index finger to move the fingers in a circular motion to get the lacrimal glands to break up and loosen. ... (2 replies)
... ly understand how you feel, many of my friends don't understand either, the only one that really does is my best friend of 19 years, in fact I have shown her the long rubbery mucus strings when I have to pull them out of my eyes and now she knows. Im using the NAC drops but I feel that they are not making the strings go away? ... (71 replies)

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