Can my burning, itchy eyes be due to dryness?

Yes. But burny itchy eyes can be due to other causes such as blepharitis, allergies, etc. Or a combination of factors. Try artificial tears to see if they help improve dryness.
Certainly. A trial of lubricants my help and if not, an assessment by an ophthalmologist may help provide relief.

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Is it normal to get burning itchy eyes after getting contact lenses for the first time I also keep getting white stuff come out how can I treat this?

Not unusual. This could be your eye adapting to contact lens. Use lots of wetting solution. and wean yourself into the lenses several hours more each day.. Do not sleep in the lenses. If eyes hurt when contacts in you may need to be refit. Do not wear lenses if you have yellow discharge and see your eye doctor ASAP. Read more...
Adaptation . Contact lens wear comfort takes adaptation. First of all, The lens should feel comfortable in the eye. Proper fitting is essential. Vision should b clear after lens settles. Starting out with low wear time (2hours) & slowly building helps. Excessive irritation/itchiness/mucous is a sign of improper fit, or sensitivity to the lens or contact solutions, or environ. allergies. Tell your Eye doc. . Read more...

Burning itchy eyes. Not allergic but taking prescribed antihistamines and eye drops. Feels like sand in eyes but no injury occurred.

Best get seen. Burning, watery eyes with "foreign body" sensation sure is exactly what my patients say allergies feel like. So can dry eye syndrome. If mild, can try ocular rewetting or saline drops, but get seen soon - early keratitis from virus as well as other inflammatory conditions of eyes or edges of lids start this way. Pain? Go right now to ER or ophthalmologist or eye specialist for a look. Read more...
Dry eye is treated. differently from other issues such as ocular inflammation or allergies. But, they commonly can present with the same symptoms. Usually lubricating eye drops are first line therapy for dry eyes. Studies have shown that Omega-3 supplements may help as well. We can also place punctual plugs and use topical cyclosporine ophthalmic emulsion drops are some of many potential treatments. Read more...
Dry eyes. The scratchy, burning symptoms are consistent with dry eyes (keratitis) that R exacerbated by using antihistamine medications. I recommend discontinuing the anti allergy drops & start using artificial tears (Refresh™, systane™,genteal™) every 2 to 4 hours for relief. Your oral medication may be helping your other allergy symptoms like sneezing, runny nose etc. Try this for several days & c if btR. Read more...

Itchy eyes and nose, GI upset, anxiety, sinusitis (tried 5 rounds of abx-no relief), burning sensation all over my body in my nerves. Could it be allergy?

Much too young! You are much too young (at 25 !!) to have all these problems. Sounds like in addition to a complete physical exam you also need some professional counseling! Ask your Primary Care Provider for a referral after the complete exam results are available! Hope this helps Dr Z. Read more...