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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
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
Hi, Are Blink intensive tears safe for long periods of time, and are they just eye drops or artificial tears?
Blink Intensive Tear: Julia, the information I have is taken from the Abbott site which make this. It appears to be used long term and id=s a long acting up to an hour artificial tear. I would confirm this with the druggist in the UK and or the Eye doctor in the UK. It is not available here in the US. ...Read more
How can I make dry eyes more comfortable with contacts? I’ve always preferred contacts, but in the last few years i’ve started having really dry eyes. I use artificial tears eye drops, and they work when i’m wearing glasses, but not so good when i’m weari
Treat cause: The best way to make your dry eyes better is to find out the cause of your dry eye disease. Environmental exposure, decrease mucin , aqueous, lipid, pharmacologic, hormonal etc. Get an exam to determine the cause so you can get a customized treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can my 5 year old son to receive artificial tears (walgreens brand, lubricant eye drops) for a slight redness on sclera. Recovering from flu..
Artificial tears: No problems. You can use the tears. ...Read more
No pain, no itching, just red eyes. Condition i've had throughout my life. Tried many eye drops, mostly artificial tears. Ways to prevent redness?
Many possibilities: It can be way too many things to list, such as chronic allergies, pterygium, chronic dry eyes, large blood vessels, etc. An ophthalmologist would be able to tell. The one thing you don't want to start doing is self treating with very dangerous eye drops, such as visine and clear eyes, which will certainly make it worse. Start with an ophthalmology exam and go from there. Feel better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers