How effective is umbilical cord serum eye drops for dry eyes?

Very Effective. I have used serum eye drops for dry eyes on my dog with great efficacy; however, restasis(cyclosporine) is probably equally effective & available by prescription from your doctor.
Serum eye drops. Serum eye drops can be effective for refractory severe dry eye. Most patients do not need this treatment option though since their dry eye can be controlled with standard therapies.

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Long term usage of eye drops for dry eyes causes harm?

Not usually. can be helpful if you do a lot of computer work that involves a lot of staring. The eyes don't blink as often. Thus, dry eye syndrome is common with people spending a significant amount of time on the computer each day. . Read more...

Is it safe to use regular eye drops for dry eyes with glaucoma medication drops?

Yes. Yes. It is safe but you should use preservative free artificial tears and do not use them within 30 minutes of the other medications. Read more...
Usually. As long as you are waiting at least 5-10 minutes after your glaucoma drops. Otherwise you may be rinsing out medication. Make sure you don't use "red out" drops as these might affect your glaucoma. Read more...

Is it ok to use eye drops for dry eyes when your wearing contacts?

Be weary!! Be very careful! most over the counter dry-eye drops are not approved with contact lenses! even some that say 'contact lens' on it are still not approved. The only ones I am aware of is optive ( plain optive, not optive refresh) and drops that are preservative free. Be careful. Read more...
Contacts. Yes. It is ok to use eye drops for dry eye when wearing contact lenses. If you are concerned about it, there are specific drops available over-the-counter specifically made of contact lens patients. Read more...

I have chronic dry eyes, I have tried many eye drops, including restasis - nothing has helped?

Complex treatment. See a dry eye specialist if not improving with tears or restasis, also may consider punctal plugs in noninflammatory cases. Treat underlying cause (ie autoimmune disease), check for tear production issues, check for lid position issues (evaporative), check for meibomian gland disease or things that destabilizes tear film, systemic meds, previous corneal surgery/ctl wear, may need tarsorrhaphy... Read more...
Dry eye. There are many treatments for dry eye. First line treatments include artificial tears during the day, ointment at night, warm compresses 1-2 times a day, and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. If no improvement or worsening, you should see an eye doctor to consider other prescription therapy. Based on your story, i would recommend considering a topical steroid or punctal plugs. Read more...

Please may I know what causes dry eyes. I noticed patches in my eyes and heard to use lubricating eye drops. Is this okay?

Many things. Dry eyes can be secondary to diseases like arthritis, and many related conditions, age, drugs, like antihistamines and birth control medications. Difficult to say what you describe as "patches" is, but the could be pinguecula, normal deposits of fat on the conjunctiva, nasal side or ear side. These are nothing to be concerned about. If red, painful or enlarging, see an eye doctor. Read more...
Dry eyes. Causes of dry eyes can be broken into two broad groups: decreased production or increased evaporation. Your eye md can help with diagnosing why your eyes are dry. Not sure what "patches" refer to, but lubricating drops are safe to use 4x/day. Read more...