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Dry Eye ????
Aug 19, 2007
... I have had problems with left eye for three weeks now. ... (7 replies)
... how long have you had this bump ? ... (6 replies)
... I know exactly how you feel. Have you been to an opthomoligist? ... (7 replies)

... I recently moved in with my boyfriend, and had a horrible sinus infection which I believe was then the cause of a lovely case of pink eye. ... (1 replies)
... and has had 3 cornea biopsies and a confocal microscope test all came back negative for the acanthamoeba but the infection persist we are running out of options the last doctor we saw today recommended to start the treatment for acanthamoeba even with the negative results. ... (3 replies)
Optic Neuritis
May 1, 2003
... or it can also be caused by a virus that can be activated when someone gets sick. He asked me if my illness was an upper respiratory infection, which it was. ... (26 replies)
... I'm so sorry you are dealing with this. Nobody realizes how much the eye can hurt if they have not had it themselves. Chronic illness is a very difficult thing to adjust to. ... (40 replies)
Erosion of Cornea
Jan 24, 2006
... It's been a long long time but I think I was on it for 3 months and still try to keep a supply for acne and stuff but I haven't been on it for about a year now. ... (61 replies)
Mar 30, 2008
... i was diagnosed with blepharitis 2 weeks ago. i had originally had eye pain a month ago and went to the dr after 2 weeks. was told there was an eyelash in my eye and give it 4 days and then i can put my contacts in. well a week later i still had pain. ... (5 replies)
... Funny that you mentioned fish oil. I actually just started taking the soft gels of fish oil last week. I really do think that the flax seed oil must have helped my tear quality out alot. ... (244 replies)
... Christine, I am so glad to hear that you had an increase 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! ... (87 replies)
... have an infection. ... (87 replies)
... your risk of infection with the BCL is greatest after an erosion due to the deeper exposed area of the epithelium. ... (125 replies)
... it only affect the eyes. He even looked in my eyes for a minute! I was glad that he did, but I said to myself "Noooooo, he's touching my eyes and he's not my my eye dr!" LOL! I skeeve anybody else touching my eyes! But I allowed him to do it. LOL! ... (87 replies)
... You can say that again! I happen to be very lucky in that I have found a bunch of doctors who genuinely care about me. My eye dr is just about the most compassionate person I have ever met. He bends over backwards for his patients. ... (17 replies)
... he gets me everything at a huge discount! LOL! But anyway, this is definitely something worth taking. My dr says it will take at least a month or longer before I can expect to see any results. ... (4 replies)
... I totally know how helpless you feel. I have the ocular rosacea form of MGD. I have been on the doxy for 6 wks and I keep hoping to see some long term improvement. Oh, I will have 1 or 2 good days, but then the burning and stinging, scratchy feeling returns. ... (39 replies)

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