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Is It Normal For Moisturizing Eye Drops To Cause Blurry Eyes
Depends: Moisturizing drops supplement the natural tears and can thicken the tear film which can blur the vision. Some drops have thicker formulations or gel, and can do this more frequently and with greater length of time. So it is normal and usually will go away in a few moments with a number of blinks. ...Read more
Is it bad if moisturizing eye drops to cause extremely blurred vision for about 20 minutes after I use them?
Left eye=blurry, glassy, dry, reddish, + mild stinging for three weeks. Wearing contacts makes it worse, but moisturizing eye drops help. What to do?
You definitely need: to see your/an ophthalmologist. I would recommend that you don't wear your contact lenses until you have that exam and are cleared to do so by that doctor. ...Read more
It is difficult: Dry eyes can be caused by various factors, and we have few great methods of improving them. The most simple and successful is the use of artificial tears. Additionally, there are medicated eye drops and devices that can allow the tears we make not to drain away from our eyes. The key is to determine and treat the underlying cause of your dry eyes. See an eye doctor to discuss treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a left eye that waters constantly. It has been recommended that i try moisturizing eye drops. That does not seem to help. I have had a probe?
My left eye has been tearing for about 2 weeks following a week long migraine with eye twitching. The tearing has now started in my right eye. I've tried eye drops, moisturizing and allergy, with out success. Any ideas what could be causing this?
I'm 43. Alot of wrinkles around my eyes especially after i shower. I need to use moisturizer. I lost weight. Can this be the cause and what can I do?
Wrinkle care: Wrinkles can appear due to aging, exposure to the elements etc or become more apparent with weight loss. See your local plastic surgeon and s/he will be able to advise you as to the best way of treating/managing your wrinkles. ...Read more
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