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Artificial Tears Vs Eye Decongestants
My tesco sparkling eye drops, artificial tears are a light blue color; is this normal and are they safe?
Call Tesco: Call the manufacturer of the drops and ask this question. ...Read more
Why do my eyes feel heavy after using artificial tears eye drops ... And blurry . And how can I cure it ?
Viscosity issue.: The drops may be too viscous (thick) and you might benefit by the use of a less thick, non-preserved artificial tear product. You may benefit from a full evaluation of your eyes for the underlying reason for the need of tear supplementation. ...Read more
My eyes are watery . I have been using artificial tears and dry eye relief but no use. I am having this problem since I was 14 years.?
Yes: If you use many tear drops every day you may want to consider a preservative free drop. Some people become allergic to the preservative in larger tear drop bottles. If you are using more that a couple of drops a day see your ophthalmologist to determine the type of dry eye disease you have to come up with a customized treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple Eye Drops: Artificial tears can be used with glaucoma eye drops, if you use them correctly. The trick is to wait at least 5 minutes between using different types of eye drops. After 5 minutes eyedrops have been absorbed. If you use drops at the same time you may wash out one drop with the other and dilute their effect. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's okay to use eye ointments at night while using artificial tears eye drops for the rest of the day right?
Hypotears /artificial tears thats best for dry eye? Can I use artificialtears(preservative)daily for long term? I can't find restasis, what's other best?
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