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I have three small, white spots in my tear duct and my eye is super itchy and watery. What could this be and how can I fix it?

I have three small, white spots in my tear duct and my eye is super itchy and watery. What could this be and how can I fix it?

Tear duct: You MUST see an Eye specialist! .
I have been seeing eye doctors since age 6 (now age 72) and you will have no problem when the doctor prescribes your eye medicine and possibly eye glasses. ...Read more

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What can I do to cure watery, itchy eyes?

What can I do to cure watery, itchy eyes?

Avoid allergens: It sounds like you have ocular allergies. Avoid triggers. Use artificial tears. Use antihistamine or mast cell stabilizer eye drops. Use systemic allergy medicines. ...Read more

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What is a home remdy for watery and itchy eyes?

What is a home remdy for watery and itchy eyes?

Warm compresses at: Least 5 mins. A day in the morning. See eye doctor and then have them recommend the best therapy for blepharitis or blepharoconjunctivitis. You may need stronger drops. ...Read more

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Eyes itchy and watery and the tears smell weird. What is going on?

Eyes itchy and watery and the tears smell weird. What is going on?

Itchy, watery eyes: Any yellow or green discharge? If yes, see eyeMD asap; Likely allergy: first start instructions on eyedoc2020@blogspot. Com "Lid hygiene: step1-3" to remove pollen & bacteria on eyelashes that can lead to an allergic reaction; OTC non-preserved tears (keep cold) or OTC anti-allergy drops may help. Or you can connect with me at: www. Healthtap. Com/cremers
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Why have my eyes been red, itchy, and watery for the past 2 weeks?

Why have my eyes been red, itchy, and watery for the past 2 weeks?

Eyes: If you haven't had a cold in that time period, then it sounds like you are having eye allergies. You could see an ophthalmologist to check it out ...Read more

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For the past 3 weeks my eyes have been watery, itchy, and red. How can I soothe them?

For the past 3 weeks my eyes have been watery, itchy, and red. How can I soothe them?

Itchy eyes: You may be suffering from allergic conjunctivitis. Try some cold compresses and zaditor (ketotifen) twice a day for 3 weeks. If you have no relief after this time, call your local ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my eyes have been red, itchy, and watery for the past 2 weeks.?

What do you suggest if my eyes have been red, itchy, and watery for the past 2 weeks.?

Red watery itchy eye: S can be due to allergy such as pollen or infections, usually viral. There are a variety of other more esoteric causes as well. To know for sure, get an exam. In the meantime irrigate with over the counter non preserved tears. Chilling drops in the refrigerator may provide extra relief. If there is allergic conjunctivitis, then several excellent medications are available by prescription. ...Read more

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My eyes frequently get watery, itchy, and blurry. Could this be because I need glasses?

My eyes frequently get watery, itchy, and blurry. Could this be because I need glasses?

More likely dry eyes: Watery, blurred, itchy eyes are usually either allergic or dry. These symptoms do not usually occur when someone needs glasses or is wearing the wrong prescription. See an eye doctor who will evaluate the health of your eyes and discuss treatment options with you. ...Read more

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How come all of a sudden my eyes get itchy and watery?

How come all of a sudden my eyes get itchy and watery?

Allergy: Allergic conjunctivitis most commonly presents with itching and watering. Use tiered appoach to find out cause and treatment at: Eyedoc2020.blogspot. Com ...Read more

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My eyes get watery and itchy when I start reading a book. Is this normal?

My eyes get watery and itchy when I start reading a book. Is this normal?

It may be dry eyes: If this symptom does not occur at any other time, it is likely related to dry eyes or the need for reading glasses. Although itchy eyes are often a sign of allergies, they would occur throughout the day. If you try artificial tears several times per day and still have these symptoms see an eye doctor who will evaluate your vision and overall eye health. ...Read more

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I rubbed my itchy eyes and now it's really red, puffy, and watery. What should I do?

I rubbed my itchy eyes and now it's really red, puffy, and watery. What should I do?

See a practitioner: If it does not improve. Rubbing itchy eyes can make them more irritated, so best to figure out cause. ...Read more

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My 6 month old has itchy watery eyes?

Infection or others: This should be examined by a pediatric ophthalmologist. It could be an infection, an obstruction of the lacrimal (tear) outflow, or some issue with the inside of the eyes leading to excess tearing as an external sign. ...Read more

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What can I do to get rid of watery, itchy eyes?

What can I do to get rid of watery, itchy eyes?

Eye drops: If you have seasonal allergies and now is the season in texas, use over the counter zaditor (ketotifen) eye drops for starters. ...Read more

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I'm 23 F my eyes feel right tires are watery and a bit itchy like a burning itch but I don't feel tired, what can I do?? I work a night shift tonight

I'm 23 F my eyes feel right tires are watery and a bit itchy like a burning itch but I don't feel tired, what can I do?? I work a night shift tonight

Tear drops or: Allergy drops may help. Both are available over the counter. Try those first and if they done help in a day or so then see your doctor. ...Read more

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Are itchy, watery eyes due to allergies?

Are itchy, watery eyes due to allergies?

Likely: Itching and tearing are classic symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis. See you eye doctor to confirm that this is the problem and get appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Still suffering from ragweed or pollen; what to do with itchy watery eyes?

Still suffering from ragweed or pollen; what to do with itchy watery eyes?

Allergy drops: You could use an over the counter allery eyedrop such as zaditor (ketotifen). This in combination with cool, moist compresses usually gives relief. If this is not success full, you will need to see an ophthalmologist or allergist for prescription medication. The zaditior drops used to be available only by prescription but are now over the counter. ...Read more

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My eyes will become really red if I wore eye lenses and itchy, watery too. Is it because it irritated my eyes? But I can't see without wearing it.

My eyes will become really red if I wore eye lenses and itchy, watery too. Is it because it irritated my eyes? But I can't see without wearing it.

See your optician: See you opthalmologist or optician. May have irritation under lid. In the mean time use visine a/c and see if if helps. The anti-histamine may decrease redness and itchiness. ...Read more

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My eyes feel heavy/watery/itchy. I'm concerned that it may be pink eye. If it is, how long from the onset of other symptoms would my eye become pink?

My eyes feel heavy/watery/itchy. I'm concerned that it may be pink eye. If it is, how long from the onset of other symptoms would my eye become pink?

Not long: While other symptoms may precede the pinking up of the eye, usually "pink eye" (conjunctivitis) usually starts with the redness and concurrently irritation and excess tearing. So if you have watering and itching and pinkness does not appear quickly, it is more likely something like allergy. If the vision is changing, or the pain is signficant, then see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Can hypothyroidism cause itchy, watery eyes?

Can hypothyroidism cause itchy, watery eyes?

Watery eyes.: Not to my knowledge but you should see an ophthalmologist or optometrist. ...Read more

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What is the most recommended eye drops for itchy/watery eyes with contacts?

What is the most recommended eye drops for itchy/watery eyes with contacts?

Artificial tears: Can use rewetting drops. If there a lot of protein deposits buildup, then may need a better lens cleaning system or shorter wear schedule. If it's an allergy related to contact lens wear though, then may need a contact lens holiday and possibly other antihistamine or steroids. ...Read more

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What are the common causes of sudden light sensitivity and itchy/watery eyes?

What are the common causes of sudden light sensitivity and itchy/watery eyes?

Many: Tearing and photophobia can be related to a corneal problem, infection, foreign body, lashes, contact overwear, allergy, irritation, congenital glaucoma, inflammation inside the eye such as iritis, some type of mass stimulating lacrimal gland, etc. ...Read more

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What are the causes of sudden light sensitivity, preceded & accompanied by itchy / watery eyes?

Scratch or iritis: A sudden corneal scratch can cause this. If your eyes get very dry or you rub them, you might get a small scratch which hurts, makes your eyes water and become sensitive to sunlight. Alternative, you may have an iritis (swelling inside the eye). If it stays for a several hours, get checked. ...Read more

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I am 17 years old. I have severe headache on right side and also my eyes remain watery and are always itchy. Are these the symptoms of weak eyesight?

I am 17 years old. I have severe headache on right side and also my eyes remain watery and are always itchy. Are these the symptoms of weak eyesight?

Itchy/Watery Eyes: The symptoms you are describing are more likely related to allergic conjunctivitis rather than poor eyesight. While poor eyesight and eye strain can cause headaches, this would not be associated with itchy, watery eyes. Headache could be associated with increased sinus pressure and poorly controlled rhinitis symptoms. See primary doctor or allergist for further treatment and evaluation. ...Read more

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Can alcohol consumption cause itchy watery eyes?

Can alcohol consumption cause itchy watery eyes?

Yes: Itchy and watery eyes are signs of ocular allergies that can be relieved by using antihistamine eye drops and avoiding the triggering sources that cause them. Alcohol consumption is not a common cause for this, but some people are more genetically predisposed to such reactions that cause flushing, nasal congestion, runny nose ; eyes, and even itching of mucosal surfaces, such as eyes and nose. ...Read more