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... I'm 72 and have been using steroid sinus sprays, like Flonase, for my sinus allergies, and a steroid inhaler for my asthma, for many years and have had absolutely no side effects. They are wonderful medications! ... (11 replies)
... t have that option. I'm therefore faced with a difficult predicament of carrying on with the nasal spray and antihistamine tablets or put up with a blocked nose for a while longer. ... (11 replies)
... dry eye, which I knew I had, but ocular rosacea. I use the preservative free artificial tears as you do, but I also use restasis. I've only been using restasis for a couple of months, so I'm not really sure how much it is helping. ... (1 replies)

... I've used a nasal spray prescribe from the doctor for quite a while now, maybe even 2 years. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Everyone, since February of this year, my eyes have been going through a lot of not so great changes. Up until then, my vision and eye health have been pretty stable. ... (7 replies)
... is going to burn. I suggest that about two or three minutes before you use the steroid drop, you use the artificial tears. That way you are making sure that your eye isn't dry before you put in the steroids. ... (24 replies)
... I have been on steroid drops for about two years, but my doctor won't let me use dexamethasone, because he says it gets absorbed into the eyes too much. I use FML, which only sits on the surface of the eyeball. ... (6 replies)
... I hve dry eyes from Accutane also. IT's been 6 months since I've stopped the drug. Can you tell me if your dry eyes got better over time? ... (24 replies)
... I have also been put on steroid drops as they are very red and inflammed. ... (24 replies)
... Most importantly are a steroid induced glaucoma and cataracts. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, Tobrax like many other steroid drops can cause glucoma. My doctor only let me use it for a total of 2 months. The doctor checked my eyes every 4 weeks, then decided whether to allow me to continue for the second month. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to know about the damage Steroid Drops can cause long term to the eyes. Please, if anyone has info on this, I would appreciate if you could share it. ... (6 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Mar 12, 2005
... For myself I have been using strong steroid drops for last 2 weeks. It reduces inflammation but then it flares up again. I have to use restasis with it. ... (488 replies)
... I'm a 26 year old female and I've been having problems with both eyes for 5 months now. ... (4 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Aug 22, 2004
... Hi Amy, That's great news that you got such a thorough exam. I wouldn't worry about the steroid drops as long as you're getting your pressure checked in a few weeks. ... (488 replies)
... My dry eye started after I had a really bad eye infection and was using a lot of drops. It came on pretty quickly actually, within a few weeks I couldn't open my eyes in the morning, I had to kind of pry the bottom lid down and put drops in. ... (9 replies)
... The skin on the inner and outer corners of my eyes have been red, dry, and raw looking for about 10 years. The outer corners constantly look wet and the skin is raw. The inner corners are red as well but have dry wrinkly skin that looks terrible. ... (1 replies)
... From what I can see the recovery period is really an extended one. Most post say that vision does not fully recover for sometimes as long as 3 months, and even then some still need prescription lenses. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. For nine straight years, I have had several inflamed blood vessels in my left eye and left eye only, going from the sclera to the cornea. ... (1 replies)
... its an inflammation of the white of the eye or the lining of it more so. Nothing serious, got steroid drops to treat and go back for check up in a couple of weeks. ... (9 replies)




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