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Watery Eyes At Night
Allergic reaction: You may have a type of allergic conjunctivitis o a low grade ocular inflammation. There are very specific eye drops to treat this condition; however, you must be examined and evaluated, since these medications are only available with a prescription. Oral Benadryl (diphenhydramine) will be helpful. ...Read more
Tears out of proportion. Eyes need tear film to keep the cornea clear of any local or environmental foreign materials. The tears are produced by local as well as accessory lacrimal glands and are constantly being replaced by evaporation or suction by the nasolacrimal system into the nose. Watery eyes can result from many causes, some of which being too much production ...Read more
Dry eyes: Your eyes are probably dry from the long wear time and/or from underlying tear deficiency. Try taking them out and wear your glasses if needed. This is probably the best solution. You may also try contact lens friendly artificial tears, such as refresh optive. Another thought might be your age and the development of presbyopia, in which reading glasses worn over the contacts may help your reading. ...Read more
No: Blurry vision at night is usually due to very small degrees of uncorrected myopia. During the day with pupillary constriction a -0.25 myope can see well. At night that myopia may increase to -0.50-0.75 because of pupillary dilation and spherical aberration of the crystalline lens. Should see an eye doctor. ...Read more
Every night after 6pm my eyes feel irritated. Mid to late day there is yellowish goop at the tear duct and lid margins get redder. Why just at night?
Irritated eyes that: You describe can be caused by a lack of tears or ocular inflammation. The addition of yellow mucous discharge and lid margin inflammation can also be indicative of a blepharitis. In general, a response to either ocular allergies or lid margin disease should be focused on first. A slit lamp exam by your ophthalmologist can diagnose the exact cause and rx the best ocular drop to treat your condition. ...Read more
I hav itchy eyes often..Much itching at night cause excess eye discharge in morning..Eyelids swell n eyes turn red..Hav few eyelashes than usual..Why?
Allergy: Itching usually means allergy if the discharge is real stringy/stretchy definitely allergy loss of lashes indicates a chronic condition. ...Read more
Eyes hurt when I look around. Headaches at night. Legs ache at night as well as sore throat at Night and elevated body temp and moderate fatigue. ?
Get checked: This can be a concerning constellation of symptoms and it would be wise to schedule a visit with your primary care doctor. It may not be anything serious, but better to be safe. ...Read more
Lids open at night: A common cause of night-time dryness is the eyes drifting open during sleep. The exposed portion of the eye dries out, producing often significant symptoms if we awake during the night or first thing in the morning. Using an otc lubricating ointment in the eyes at bedtime is helpful in theses cases, since the ointment coats the surface of the eye, preventing drying out if it should drift open. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every morning I wake up with runny nose, sneezes, watery red eyes , I keep my room dust free, windows closed. Happens more with cold temp. Treatment?
Allergies?: Have you been tested for allergies? Besides dust, other possibilities include dust mites, feathers (in your pillow), mold (in your carpet), etc. You can see your primary care physician to get tested (immunocap = very reliable blood test) and treated; prescriptions or over the counter meds may help you, including oral antihistamines, topical treatments (eye drops, nasal sprays). ...Read more
I keep getting headaches. My eyes are bloodshot. Sore eyes. Stabbing pains in eyes. Can't sleep at night. 5 hours sleep everytime. What do I do.
What can be causing red eyes throughout the day? Been waking up with red eyes every day this past month. They're also dry.
Related items: A common cause of chronic eye redness is eye dryness. The tear flow drops at night so red, crusted eyes are more common at that time of day. Try using over the counter eyedrops, especially at bedtime (don't use those that say "gets the red out"). If that doesn't help, then see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Urine smells like amonia why? My eyes are blurry at a distant skin is itchy always fatigued feet swollen 4 out of five days urinate at night a lot
Blurry vision with floaters in the morning. Gets better during evening. What could be the issue? Also experiencing itchy eyes at times.
Lingering ointment: Refresh™ pm ointment lingers in the eye's tear film for a long time. Depending on how much you instill and when you put it in and how long you are sleeping, your visual symptoms may vary. Blinking and the normal tear/mucous/oil turnover mechanisms will eventually eliminate the ointment. Try using less (1/4") at night and use refresh™ artificial tears i'm the day to see helpful. ...Read more
My 3-month-old sleeps 6-9 hrs straight at night. During the day, he's alert and smiley and nurses every 2-3 hrs. Should i wake him up at night to eat?
My eyes are getting dry, which leads to irritation and swelling of eyes.
I sleep at late nights around 2-3 am and wake around 10am.
Lack of lubricant: The most common cause of dry eyes is a decrease in the production of tears that lubricate the eyes. This can also be caused by seasonal allergies (pollen,etc). If you are wearing contacts, you should take them out more often. You could start out with over the counter moisturizing drops, but if you need to use them for a long time, you should see an eye doctor. Plugs or prescription drops for dry. ...Read more
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