Are contacts okay for dry and watery eyes?

Might exacerbate. Contacts are difficult to wear in underlying dry eye since they can make the dryness feel worse.
Dry. Contacts may be uncomfortable in dry eyes, but ok in watery eyes. Try some artficial tears approved for use with contacts, such as theratears.

Related Questions

Do watery eyes mean my contacts are bad?

Possibly. You should see your eye doctor to make sure. Poorly-fitting contact lenses can lead to an eye infection. Read more...
Possibly. Contacts float on a layer of tears and some degree of water on the eye surface is essential. But if the watering is excessive and there is no redness or change in vision, then you might have a tear outflow problem. Hopefully you have maintained the proper contact wear and cleaning schedule. Discuss this with your contact lense fitter if this persists. Read more...

I wear non prescription contacts which irritates my eyes. It causes dryness and somewhat watery eyes. What could this be?

Contacts. Why are you still wearing non-prescription contacts when they are troubling your eyes. It would be very wise for you to see an Ophthalmologist. Read more...

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

Find out the cause. Itching watering eyes with contact lens use usually means allergy to the solutions or the lens materials. We generally recommend hydrogen peroxide disinfection regimens for soft lenses and use of anntihistamine drops for the itching. Sometimes, we need to use short courses of steroid drops to break the cycle. Read more...
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...

My eyes may be dry. I spend a lot of time on the computer, and when I go outside, my eyes get sensitive. Heavy eyelids, watery eyes, redness. Help!

See an Eye MD. In your age group dry eyes are less common than blepharitis, a condition were the oil producing glands become inspissated their orifice closes possibly related to stress. Then the extra oil cause heavy eyelids, watery eyes and redness. Another possible reason can be uncorrected significant astigmatism. Please see an ophthalmologist for correct diagnosis first. Read more...
Yes. You describe classic symptoms of dry eyes. However, you need to determine if you have a quantity problem (not making enough tears) or a quality problem (making tears that are not stable and readily evaporate off the eye) or both. Your eye md can help make the correct diagnosis and offer the appropriate treatment. Read more...
Try artificial tears. This is a very common problem with heavy computer use. Artificial tears over the counter are very helpful. Stay away from generics and brands like visine and clear-eyes. Systane, refresh, genteal, theratears, and blink are all good brands. They are safely used 3 - 4 times per day. If your symptoms persist, see an ophthalmologist. Read more...

When allergy season comes along instead of watery eyes and nose mine get very very dry and itchy including all over body itching? Seems strange 2 me?

Seems strange to me, Seems strange to me, too. See your dr. Bring with you all pills including vitamins. Try rubbing in moisturizer immediatly after shower. Read more...