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What does a blocked tear duct feel like?

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Dr. Dean Bonsall
Ophthalmology - Pediatric
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In brief: Tearing

Your eye will tear up and sometimes you get goopy discharge.
Tears will run down the face.

In brief: Tearing

Your eye will tear up and sometimes you get goopy discharge.
Tears will run down the face.
Dr. Dean Bonsall
Dr. Dean Bonsall
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Dr. Daniel Coden
Ophthalmology

In brief: Not usually painful

A blocked tear duct can be congenital, or more commonly is aquired over time.
It generally is painless, causing excessive tearing, but if it leads to an infection of the tear, or lacrimal sac may be painful. It is usually treated with a surgical procedure called a dcr.

In brief: Not usually painful

A blocked tear duct can be congenital, or more commonly is aquired over time.
It generally is painless, causing excessive tearing, but if it leads to an infection of the tear, or lacrimal sac may be painful. It is usually treated with a surgical procedure called a dcr.
Dr. Daniel Coden
Dr. Daniel Coden
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