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Doctor insights on: Eye Drops To Make Your Eyes Whiter

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Any eye drops that really make your eyes look whiter like how the ads say?

Any eye drops that really make your eyes look whiter like how the ads say?

Be careful!: The eye drops that whiten the eyes constrict the small surface blood vessels in the conjunctiva to get the effect. When the f=drops wear off then you get a rebound effect and the eyes will be even redder. ...Read more

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My eyes are always red should I get clear eyes eye drops to make them white?

My eyes are always red should I get clear eyes eye drops to make them white?

Naah: You'l get addicted to it and then you'll be forced to take it every day. Do you wear contacts?
Some people have whiter eyes than others. Its often not a disease.
Eyes feel dry? Try plain lubricating drops. ...Read more

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Daily eye drops for whiter eyes?

Daily eye drops for whiter eyes?

Tear replacement: Most eye reddnening is from eye dryness which can be treated with over the counter lubricating or tear replacement drops. The drops that say 'gets the red out' are drying so avoid these unless you need an acute whitening for something like a picture. If you think your redness is chronic, see your ophthalmologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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Do eye drops make the eyes white?

Do eye drops make the eyes white?

Eye Drops: Eye drops that contain a vasoconstrictor will close blanch blood vessels and make the eyes look whiter if red. They will not take away any fleshy areas or yellowing of sclera (the white part of the eye). More info at eyedoc2020.Blogspot. Com. ...Read more

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What are good ways to make the whites of my eyes whiter without eye drops?

What are good ways to make the whites of my eyes whiter without eye drops?

No easy answer: Unless your eyes are red from inflammation, dryness or allergy, there may be little you can do. You can try fish oil/flaxseed oil to couner the inflammation. Oral antihistamines or avoiding environmental allergens may help. ...Read more

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How do eye drops help you eyes?

How do eye drops help you eyes?

Depends on problem: There are many types of eye drops. For bacterial infections, antibiotic eye drops kill the germ. For allergies, antihistamine eye drops stop the irritation. And so forth. ...Read more

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Should I use eye drops if my eyes itch?

Should I use eye drops if my eyes itch?

Allergy: There are many good over the counter as well as prescription medication drops for treating allergy symptoms of the eyes. ...Read more

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Is Rohto Ice eye drops bad for your eyes?

Is Rohto Ice eye drops bad for your eyes?

If prolonged use: One of the main ingredients is Tetrahydrozoline HCI (0.05%) which is also found in Visine and other "get the red out" drops. Its a vasoconstrictor (ergo eyes seem to whiten), and occasional use is okay. However prolonged use can cause rebound effect and can make the situation worse. ...Read more

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I got itchi eyes, should I just use eye drops?

I got itchi eyes, should I just use eye drops?

Itchy: If from dry eyes you need to increase lubrication and decrease evaporation. If allergic try to remove possible allergens. Air filters, remove animals, change soaps, detergents, bedding in a step wise manner. ...Read more

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How do you apply eye drops to your eyes without missing?

How do you apply eye drops to your eyes without missing?

This is how:: Lean your head back. Pull hard on your lower lid. Look up. Put bottle over eye and squeeze it.

Practice makes perfect. ...Read more

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Which eye drops are used for dilating eyes for eye exams?

Which eye drops are used for dilating eyes for eye exams?

Several: There are several. The most common are phenylephrine, tropicamide, and cyclopentolate. The duration of effect varies. Dilation must be done with caution because it could precipitate an attack of high pressures in certain eyes causing permanent damage. Your doctor will look for this risk prior to dilating ...Read more

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Do you know are eye drops like cleareyes bad for your eyes?

Do you know are eye drops like cleareyes bad for your eyes?

Eye drops: If you use eye drops to get the red out of your eyes, they are OK to use once in a while, but shouldn't be used on a regular basis without having your eyes examined to figure out why they are rec. ...Read more

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What do I do to clear the blurriness in my eyes after using the wrong eye drops?

What do I do to clear the blurriness in my eyes after using the wrong eye drops?

Time and trars: Frequent use of preservative free tear drops (every hour or two for a day) should help if there is not significant damage to the eye. But would be worth a consult with your eye doctor to discuss which "wrong" drop you used or if vision is not better after using the tear drops. Preservative free is the key when looking for a tear drop, in this instance. ...Read more

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Why is it that my eyes look green when I put in my contacts or eye-drops, but usually look quite hazel?

Why is it that my eyes look green when I put in my contacts or eye-drops, but usually look quite hazel?

Iris pigmentation: Apparent eye color is the sum of many individual tiny colored areas on the iris. There is the background color (dark brown, light brown, blue or gray) and then pigmented areas within the iris. Because there is more than one color present, your color will seem different in some situations, such as wearing green clothes versus brown or gray. ...Read more

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I'm seeing black flashes, as if I'm closing my eyes randomly. A couple eye drops made it go away, what was happening?

I'm seeing black flashes, as if I'm closing my eyes randomly. A couple eye drops made it go away, what was happening?

Black flashes: Would follow up with optometrist (as they are more accesible) today. May be dry eyes but could also be retina issue like detachment or autoimmune condition. Follow up today with optometrist. ...Read more

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Using ontears geldrops and aquagic eye drops has slightly increased the pain in my eyes...should I continue or discontinue its use?

Using ontears geldrops and aquagic eye drops has slightly increased the pain in my eyes...should I continue or discontinue its use?

What is the issue: Do you have eye problem? Dry eye? Tear drops or gel may help with dry eye or on occasion mild allergy. If you are sensitive to chemicals use preservative free tears. If you have other issues like inflammation, infection, conjunctivitis, allergy you will need a different treatment. Pls consult an eye doc. We need to know what is your symptoms, duration of your problem, Contact lens wear etc.. ...Read more

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How do you put eye drops in a 3 year old's eyes?

How do you put eye drops in a 3 year old's eyes?

Depends on kid: If they will hold still, put your thumb on the cheek below the eye and pull the skin down creating a shelf with the lower lid. Put the drops on the shelf. If they fight it, use a 2nd person to steady the head while you use the same maneuver. ...Read more

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How can I remove red in my eyes without eye drops?

How can I remove red in my eyes without eye drops?

Remove cause: What is causing the redness in your eyes? If you know the inciting agent, remove exposure to the agent. Washing your eyes with cold water may help. If you do not know the cause, you may wish to consult your doctor. ...Read more

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How good is blue berry eye drops are for the eyes...

How good is blue berry eye drops are for the eyes...

Probably not...: There's not enough scientific evidence to say that they are good or not. Research, though minimal, has been inconclusive. Here's a good summary: http://www. Webmd. Com/eye-health/features/bilberry-extract-and-vision? Page=2. ...Read more

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What should I do if my eye drops are burning my eyes?

What should I do if my eye drops are burning my eyes?

Do not use it: You may want to use a different drop. If your eyes are dry then any drop could causes burning. Or you may have an allergy to it. ...Read more

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What would be a great eye drops to keep eyes hydrated?

Lots of options: There is no one best option. What you want to use is an artificial tear drop or, if the condition is more severe, gel. The types with "get the red out" medicine I advise against. In mild dry eye, I usually recommend a 3 times a day schedule, regardless of symptoms. If that isn't sufficient, you can increase it. Persistent symptoms despite frequent use should prompt a visit to an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Can too much refresh tears eye drops bad for your eyes?

Depends: The non-preseved form of refresh can be used as often as needed.

The preserved form (the type that comes in bottles) should only be used 4 times a day or less. ...Read more

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What are the best eye drops for lightening the eyes color?

What are the best eye drops for lightening the eyes color?

Eye color: There are no eye drops designed to lighten the color of the eyes. ...Read more

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When I put eye drops, my eyes become even more red! Is this normal?

When I put eye drops, my eyes become even more red! Is this normal?

Depends: Eye drops can be used to control redness, but depending on the type of drop, they can initially cause redness. If you are treating red eyes with a vasoconstrictor (visine (r)), it can eventually cause more redness. Some medicated drops for glaucoma or infections can irritate the eyes. Please see an eye doctor to evaluate the drop you are using as well as the condition you are trying to treat. ...Read more

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Is it possible for me to put gentamycin eye drops in my baby's eyes?

Yes: Does your baby have an eye infection? If not then you do not need to use them. Gentimycin in the past has been used as the first line antibiotic drop used by pediatrician s. It is a safe drop, but there are better ones now. ...Read more

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I am sensitive to things in my eyes. Can I use lubricating eye drops?

I am sensitive to things in my eyes. Can I use lubricating eye drops?

Probably yes.: Many tear substitute eyedrops are available. If you are sensitive, then look for preservative-free lubricating drops. They cost more but they stay fresh till you use them, and have no irritating preservatives. I would avoid drops that "get the red out". ...Read more