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... 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)
... Personally I have become an expert at removing these annoying strings from my own eyes. ... (2 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)

... 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)
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... se GenTeal Gel every 2 hrs 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)
... I get that white stringy mucus from allergies and no, I can never seem to get it all out with the corner of a tissue. My right eye produces more than my left. ... (8 replies)
... rence 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. Obviously, bacteria and viruses and allergies all give different appearances. ... (1 replies)
... Hello Everyone I went to see Dr. Tabin in Salt Lake City at the Moran Eye Center, he is WONDERFUL!!!! He actually took time to do tests and talk with me, I finally did the schrimmer test and Im at a . ... (71 replies)
... SO YOU DO SUFFER FROM THE STRINGS, IS IT A CONSTANT BOTHER TO YOU? ... (71 replies)
... Hello everyone, I am new to this site and was told to go here and become a member from the dry eye zone website. I am having severe problems and do not know how much more I can take of it? ... (71 replies)
... I guess we are just two peas in a pod. My poor right eye is very sick. It continued to get worse today. ... (33 replies)
... I've actually been to Wilmer for my dry eye problems, but the head of the corneal service, and one of the world's leading dry eye specialists, know's my local doctor personally and said that my doctor is one of the best he's ever seen, and to stick with him! ... (41 replies)
... se GenTeal Gel every 2 hrs 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)
... It is most likely not your sinuses draining into your eyes, but rather a build up of mucus and crust from dryness and allergies. Hot compresses can do A LOT of good to get rid of the crust and blurriness in the morning. ... (20 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)
... Well, the discharge could be from allergies. ... (8 replies)
... Stringy discharge is comprised of dried mucus. This is indicative of allergy or immune reaction. Judging from the prescription of ocuflox I can see that you went to a primary care doctor and not an eye doctor. Ocuflox is only indicated for bacterial infection. ... (3 replies)
... I get that sometimes too, only mine are very stringy and fall out of my eyes and also irritate my eyes very much. They do impair my vision though. ... (5 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)




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