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What is the difference between dry eyes, eye fatigue and failing eyesight?
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Dr. Richard Carlin
Ophthalmology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Totally different
Dry eyes means a lack of quantity or quality of tears at make the eyes feel dry, gritty and scratchy.
Eye fatigue refers to achiiness and headaches around the eyes while failing eyesight means the visual acuity is declining and it is becoming harder to see.

In brief: Totally different
Dry eyes means a lack of quantity or quality of tears at make the eyes feel dry, gritty and scratchy.
Eye fatigue refers to achiiness and headaches around the eyes while failing eyesight means the visual acuity is declining and it is becoming harder to see.
Dr. Richard Carlin
Dr. Richard Carlin
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Dr. Jay Bradley
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Dry eye
Dry eye causes the eye to feel tired (eye fatigue) and as the dry eye worsens it can cause blurred vision (failing eyesight).
With treatment, these issues can be avoided.

In brief: Dry eye
Dry eye causes the eye to feel tired (eye fatigue) and as the dry eye worsens it can cause blurred vision (failing eyesight).
With treatment, these issues can be avoided.
Dr. Jay Bradley
Dr. Jay Bradley
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