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At night, my eyes are so dry that my contacts are literally stuck on my eye. What can I do to safely remove the lenses?
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Dr. Elizabeth Holland
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Dry Eyes and Contact
The best solution for your problem is to treat the dry eye condition.
You may want to discuss various treatment options with your eye care provider. Also, in the short term, a lubricating eye drop or rewetting drop, may lubricate the eye enough to make removal of the contact lens easier.

In brief: Dry Eyes and Contact
The best solution for your problem is to treat the dry eye condition.
You may want to discuss various treatment options with your eye care provider. Also, in the short term, a lubricating eye drop or rewetting drop, may lubricate the eye enough to make removal of the contact lens easier.
Dr. Elizabeth Holland
Dr. Elizabeth Holland
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Artificial tear
Let the tear soak in, hydrate the lens, move the lens downward off the cornea and then pinch to remove.
Don't wear as many hours and keep eye lubricated.

In brief: Artificial tear
Let the tear soak in, hydrate the lens, move the lens downward off the cornea and then pinch to remove.
Don't wear as many hours and keep eye lubricated.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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