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... many adjustments in my life. i realize many people have problems. it just seems that i wonder if the doctors really hear me when i tell them of the pain like a hot iron and knife burning. i just got two exactly different doc opinions, one for surgery and one for steriod drops for a month and no surgery. ... (4 replies)
... aling with this for so long. Guess something we have to adjust to and be patient with in the meantime. I'm still on the restasis. I think that has helped too. My eyes felt wet this morning. Instead of feeling hot they felt damp and cool...not the reflex burning tears...the nice normal ones... ... (488 replies)
... Yes, my eyes are definitely improved. But I'm almost too afraid to say that for every time in the past, I seem to speak too soon. ... (488 replies)

Dry eyes....Help!
Aug 23, 2004
... Thank you both for your replies. I am feeling slightly better, but have been dealing with sort of a feeling of eye strain. My eyes are soooo tired by the end of the day. Could that be related to the prednisolone? ... (488 replies)
... Its just that my eyes are really sensitive at the moment and it feels like its burning my eyes. I heard you have to get them quite hot though for it to work best. Its really irritating the skin which is adding to the discomfort I already have from the dryness. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Calibug, Lulu, Steve and others! I'm back from my appt. I didn't learn anything new really. This guy also said I definitely had ocular rosacea and the good news is that the doxy seems to be helping and he was happy (as was I) about that. He gave me an RX for 6 months! What we are dealing with here is very chronic. I am to keep up the lids scrubs and warm compresses. ... (488 replies)
... hot as you can stand it without burning your eyes. ... (3 replies)
... e news, purple. My eye problems seem trivial compared to you guys, but they're still taking a toll on my life. Two days ago, I woke up with a new eye symptom. My eyes felt very hot, like dry, but not really. ... (67 replies)
... Religiously I did 10 minute "hot" soaks, not just warm, used as hot as I could stand without burning eyes, morning and night, and also eyelid scrubs. ... (36 replies)
... because anything more than that dries my eyes out. ... (42 replies)
... I went back to the eye dr today, and he was not too pleased. Apparently I have more than enough of the watery layer of tears, but even with the Doxycycline and hot compresses I have NO oil or mucus in my tears. For the past few days I have been getting a lot of tears running down my cheeks. ... (87 replies)
... o get relief including Restatis. I found that using nothing was the best thing. Using about all the products just created a momentary period of relief. After the burning and blurry vision stopped I was right back where I started. When I awake in the morning I go to a warm washcloth and get all the oils and sleepy from my eyes. ... (20 replies)
... in the a.m., at lunch time, when I got home from work, and before I went to bed. Generally, I'd do them for about 5 minutes. Sometimes I would take a long, hot bath and just sit there with a warm rag on my eyes for as long as I could. ... (5 replies)
... My eyes are feeling just awful. In fact, I am getting over a stye! I woke up last wednesday with an ache under my right eye. It was very puffy and sore. ... (87 replies)
... e exact problem. My vision is OK, but it fluctuates because of my severe dry eyes. You probably have both, allergies AND dry eyes. One of the major causes of dry eyes is Allergies! Did any of your doctors ever tell you that? ... (5 replies)
... My eyes aren't feeling so hot right now, but overall I guess they have been a bit better lately. The last 2 or 3 days have been a little rough, but not too awful. ... (244 replies)
... I have just ordered a new contact lense which I will be receiving on Saturday. It is called Proclear and it is supposedly excellent for dry eyes as it holds a lot of water. I hope these tings work. I have never been to see an allergist and I will probably wait tell I get to Sydney before I see one. ... (19 replies)
... clear which is what Acuvue brand claims keeps the eyes moist or what not. I used to wear Biomedics in the past, but the Acuvue's were good for me when I used to wear them so I just stuck to that brand. ... (7 replies)
... My eyes are very strange. ... (7 replies)
... My eyes are sooooooooooooooooooooooooo dry from the steroids. I am literally pouring the tear drops in by the gallon. ... (8 replies)




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