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... If you express your concerns about the gunge in your eyes to an ophalmologist I am sure they will determine the reason and provide you with some relief and perhaps a cure. ... (6 replies)
... to help lubricate the eyes and disperse the mucous. ... (6 replies)
... For the past few years I have had a white like mucus build up in the corner of both my eyes when i go to take it out it's like a long string that runs across my eyeball. ... (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)
... 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)
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... during 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)
... during 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)
... My problem is that over the past few months, it takes me 10 minutes or more to clear the mucus and goo from my eyes. I've splashed water while in the shower, washed out my eyes while doing other things, make sure no lints in the eyebrows, etc. ... (1 replies)
... Do you have any idea what causes this? (5 replies)
... or allergies. Your eyes could be dry even if you don't think they are. Allergy eyedrops may help, and you can try to flush it out with preservative free artificial tears. ... (5 replies)
... It's mucus. If your eyes are dry and/or you have allergies you're going to get it. Use lots and lots of preservative free artificial tears to wash it out. (good products are Bion Tears, Thera Tears, or anything that has no preservative and doesn't claim to "get the red out") Personally I have become an expert at removing these annoying strings from my own eyes. I wait until... (2 replies)
... minutes, doing warm compresses and I've used every kind of eye drop, including the Restasis which I am on now. It's horrible, when I wake up in the morning my eyes are shut, they are stuck to my eye balls and I have to rush to the sink to pry them open and put drops in so I can see!! ... (13 replies)
... ey will ship them to your house and after you open them be sure to store them in the fridge they are only good for one month, so far they haven't helped with the stringy mucus in my eyes, I thought for sure they would dissolve them completely but they didn't. ... (71 replies)
... It would most likely cure your FK and restore your poor cornea. When your eyes get stuck together does eye drops help it? ... (71 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)
... FROM THE TIME YOU WAKE UP TO THE TIME YOU GO TO BED ARE YOU PULLING STRINGS OUT OF YOUR EYES LIKE I DO? ... (71 replies)
... I am pretty sure I have FK, I have these constant mucos strings that come out of my eyes day and night, I've tried every kind of eye drop except for the NAC drops which is compounded from mucomyst. ... (71 replies)
... ng the day whenever needed, and use the RefreshPm Ointment b4 bed to keep lubricated during the night. He wants to see my back next month to see if this helps my eyes any, so we can go to the next step if not. My question is this.... ... (0 replies)
... is definitely allergy related. It's also not helped if your eyes are dry. He told me that sometimes doing hot compresses will make the mucus come to the surface, so that may be one way to get it out of your eye. I've pulled out some that are more than an inch long! Ugh!!!! ... (6 replies)




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