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Blurred vision, burning in the eyes. Using eye drops for dry eyes. Symptoms persisting

I have started to have problems with my eyes for a few weeks now. My vision is blurred, my eyes feel like they are burning as if they have looked at the sunlight for to long even at night time and that there is grit in them. The optition reception suggested dry eye and to get drops from the chemist. I have done this and use the drops 3/4 per day for about 5/6 days now. The eyes do not feel like they have grit in them anymore but they still have all the other systoms.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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1.You might need to use the drop more frequently like hourly...may be it is a very severe dry eye.
2.use of gel form of tear substitute
3.use protective glasses when outdoors
Do rule out allergy, infection or uveitis by your ophthalmologist. If it is infection or uveitis, then you need to change your treatment line.

Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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