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granulation/ dryness on inner eyelidscontact lenses, what to do?

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Dr. Harold Peltan
Ophthalmology 28 years experience
Dryness: Dryness makes contact lenses uncomfortable. One can try wetting drops made to be used with contact lenses. If any discomfort persists, it is important to return to the eye MD who prescribed the contact lenses. There can be sensitivities to the lens material, allergies, poor fit, overwear problems, and other issues.

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Last updated Aug 20, 2014

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