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I Keep Getting A Clear Sleep Out Of My Eye
Sleepy Eyes: The "clear sleep" is probably mucus, which is released by the conjunctival goblet cells while you sleep. It tends to be crusty when you wake up. Just splash some warm water on your face when you wake up and wipe gently with a clean cloth. A few drops of artificial tears, such as systane, will help your eyes feel refreshed at this point. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It can be: Many cases of amblyopia are due to differences in refraction between the eyes or grossly out of focus eyes. Sometimes, it is caused by farsightedness and a common complaint is variable focus. Getting a careful refraction for glasses can go a long ways towards comfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I get rid of the blurryness of a eye ointment ? I put on refresh pm last night and i wakeup and my eyes are still a bit blurry .
I've been trying to sleep and I have my eyes closed, but my eyes keep moving fast in a circle. Why?
I just came home from being in a steam room for a long time and i keep seeing a lot of white fog at every thing from my eyes? Is this a eye infection?
Trying to get out of bed today, but everytime i lift my head off the pillow i get a wave of dizziness. Is this serious?
My right nostril is stuffed up and I'm coughing my brains out and occasionally am having a thin yellow phlem come out. How do I get rid of my problem?
Determine Cause: This sounds like a sinus issue. Acute or chronic, depending on time of onset and duration. Causes range from bacterial infection (often accompanied by fever, headache and/or ear pain) to seasonal allergies – less likely in the setting of Claritin-D. This would ideally be assessed by examination of your frontal and maxillary sinuses, as well as ears and nose. Cough is likely due to post nasal drip. ...Read more
Exam: Decreased vision with sudden onset of redness (no mention of pain) could be a serious ocular condition and requires an examination to elucidate the problem(s). Make an appointment with an ophthalmologist ASAP to evaluate and formulate a treatment plan to help you with your vision. ...Read more
I got up in the middle of the night and had blurry vision in one eye what is it ? I need help i'm freaking out
Blurry vision: Sometimes after sleep, our vision may be out of focus but it quickly resolves after rubbing our eyes or rinsing them. If that didn't help and it's still blurry and you don't wear contact lenses, you will need to be examined to determine the cause. If it's gone by now, chances are it was something transient and of no major significance. ...Read more
Often genetic: Some people have acne rosacea, an inherited skin condition that can cause thicker skin oil. Some people with rosacea have involvement of the eyelids and are prone to get frequent styes. Hot compresses followed by milking of the oil glands helps. Flax seed oil can help. Some people take oral Doxycycline or topical minocycline. See your eye md for guidance of treatment and prevention. ...Read more
I keep wakimg up with thick gunkey mucas an in my mouth. I alsl woke up eith a bit of gunk in my eye this morning. Any ideas what it is?
Allergies: Most likely environmental allergies!Get a more detailed answer ›
Why am i getting a lot of eye boogers..Lol..But really that's embarrassing. Right in the corner of my eyes?
Dry eyes: The eye cleans itself out by tear flow from the outside to the inner corner, carrying debris with it and exiting by a plumbing system into the nose. If there is a lack of tears, then the debris collects on the inside corner. You can lower the level of this by using lubricating eye drops and consider also that you might be in environments with debris in the air getting into the eyes. ...Read more
Both of my 2 week olds have lots of "eye boogers". Alot of times they wake up w their eyes stuck shut. Is this normal? What do I do to get rid of it.
Blocked year ducts: The tear ducts, which drain tears into the nasopharyngeal, are commonly blocked after delivery,The opening of the duct is in the corner of the eye next to the nose. It almost always opens after gently massaging the corner of the eye with your forefinger for several days. ...Read more
I keep getting cysts on my eye lids. I had one squeezed out by an ophthalmologist a few years ago but now it keeps flaring up on the other eye.
Cysts common: If your ophthalmologist was able to remove secretions from your cyst, you most likely had/have sebacious cysts. These are common, not serious, just annoying. They are filled with a "cottage cheese " like substance. They are a dermatologic condition that is most likely genetic. There is no way to prevent them:(. ...Read more
My eyes. In 2003 one day i woke up, and for some strange reason i could not see properly? My right eyes when i looked out of it was like blured, and my left eye was like looking out of wax paper. I took an asprin and about 4 hours i had my sight back...
The : The blurring of vision you are describing could be caused by a large list of reasons ranging from benign dry eye to a more serious blood flow issue. It is important to note if you are experiencing any other neurologic symptoms during these episodes such as headache, nausea, numbness/weakness of your arms or legs, dizzyness, ect. These could be signs of a blood flow issue and warrants a prompt workup with your pcp. The fact it clears with Aspirin is unusual and may or may not be related to your condition. Dry eye can also cause blurry vision when you wake up. This usually resolved with blinking or consistant artificial tears. Other corneal issues have also been known to cause blurryness in the am. I'm sorry i can not give you a set answer. You do need a proper eye examination by an ophthalmologist to rule out corneal or retinal problems. If the eye examination is normal, the doctor may want to refer you to a neuro-ophthalmologist for a further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a date in 24 hours and just woke up with pink eye how do I get rid of it by tommorow night?
See your doctor: Is the quickest way. There are some great medical eye drops that can make an improvement in 24 hours if it is infectious. If it is allergic then you may find that over the counter clear eyes helps. Similisan also makes a great homeopathic eye drop that will help...But the quickest way for infectious pink eye are prescription eye drops from a practitioner. ...Read more
Do I have astigmatism? I have been seeing flashing lights in my vision (for a year now) and now I am starting to get a blurred vision in my right eye; starting from the outside corner. My school nurse had me flush my eye out this morning but that only hel
Astigmatism : Astigmatism is due to the shape of the eye and is usually present at a young age. This problem sounds more acute to me and i would seek the advise of an ophthamologist at this point. You need a good retinal exam to rule out why the outside corner of the eye is blurred. The fact that you have flashing lights is a retinal symptom and not astigmatism. You may have a retinal tear or detachment and this should be checked asap. It might be vitrerous floaters which is a benign condition, but this is not astigmatism. Ask your gp for the name of a general ophthalmogist and when you call alert the staff to your symptoms. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Sweat and lotion fell on the corner of my left eye while sleeping. I tried to flush without running but now I see blurred/doubled. I'm scared!
For the last couple weeks, I wake with "stuff" on my eyelids. Crusty stuff but I can't see it; poor eye sight. What, why and how to get rid of?
Computers = eye strain? I spend a lot of time in front of a computer monitor, both at work and at home. Before i log off at night, i often find my eyes feel tired and/or dry. Should I use eye drops, or do I need to get a life away from my computers? Is st
Working : Working at a computer screen for long hours is very tough on the eyes, for two separate reasons: 1) when you concentrate on computer work, most people blink less than they should. Under normal conditions, the average person blinks once every 5 seconds, but when using a computer, many people blink only every 8-10 seconds. This can cause the eyes to feel dry and become red and irritated. The solution is to rest the eyes throughout the day, if only for a few minutes each hour. Eye drops will not help much. Fish or flaxseed oil pills (omega-3's) help a great deal by making the tears a little thicker. 2) if you are over 40, you might benefit from reading glasses while working at the computer. Oftentimes, the reading glasses sold in the drugstore (no prescription needed) will do the trick. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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