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... 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)
... cus fishing syndrome but I can't help it and the more I mess with my eyes the more inflammed they get and that is when I notice the huge vein in the corner of my eye pop out. I am now on castor oil eye drops that are helping along with the Restasis, I wouldn't worry too much about it unless it hurts. ... (4 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)

Aug 20, 2005
... So, we were going out for dinner afterwards, and I'm sitting in the back seat, and my right eye had been bothering me all day. I kept looking in it but nothing was in there. ... (91 replies)
Aug 7, 2005
... ng her pull my eyes open and put a drop, and then I fell back to sleep. Everything went very well, and I was extremely happy with the way they handled my special eye needs. Even in the recovery room when I couldn't speak, the nurse had the drops and told me just to motion with my hand if I wanted them. ... (91 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)
... 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)
... In the last year, whenever I wake up, both my eye lids usually have dried yellow crust all under them. Often it's a looot. ... (2 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)
... So glad to find this thread! I felt like I was the ONLY one that thought Restasis was a waste. I have been dealing with dry eyes for 2 years and I am not 40 yet. I have had upper and lower plugs and the lower ducts are now perm. closed (I highly recommend for very dry eyes, totally painless). I thought Rest. helped me for a while, perhaps 2 months, but then I started... (6 replies)
... Wow, thank you sooo much for all the help! I have another eye appt. in late april so I'll talk to him about it too. ... (3 replies)
... i have mucus in my eye...and i know this is gross but its like a string of it gathered in my lower eyelid and I can pull it out and sometimes it wraps around my eye into the upper eyelid. I notice little spots of black mascara in there too sometimes....even if I washed my makeup off the night before. I saw my dr. ... (3 replies)
... ould go away, and in a few month's it would come back, and this happened over and over for the past 5 years. Which lead to me now having scars on my cornea, in 1 eye the scar is directly on my line of vision, which makes it just that much harder to see anymore. ... (0 replies)
... I really do feel that I read somewhere about the mucus layer and nighttime problems. I need to run by the library anyway and I'll try to find that book again. ... (488 replies)
... in tear production on your last schirmer test. It's about time for some good news! I think it's so ridiculous that the govenrment is still regulating Restasis so much though! I am glad it seems to be helping you though, even if it is taking so long. I can't wait until the Diquafosol drops become available. ... (87 replies)
... months. I feel like I have it again now, but I was at the eye doctor less than a week ago and he said no. ... (87 replies)
... Well I have good news for once! I went down to Maryland to see my dry eye specialist at the Wilmer Eye Institute of John's Hopkins University. He said that my eyes actually look better than the last time he saw me! ... (25 replies)
... I know, you must be saying to yourself "I can't imagine them being much worse! ... (25 replies)
... is no big deal. You just don't eat after midnight on the day of the test, you go in and they sedate you and put the tube down your throat. A colonoscopy is has a much more difficult prep. ... (87 replies)
Optic Neuritis
May 16, 2003
... and the drs. have already said they don't think this caused my problem. They think it is idiopathic atypical ON. I had it in both eyes but one eye followed on from the the first was clearing up when the other worsened. ... (26 replies)

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