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Burning sensation in eyes. Using add tears, loteflam eye drops, no relief. Suggestions to treat eye pain?

Sir , I have got problems in my eyes from last 4 to 5 months.Before I was able to watch television for hours.but now i could not even sit beside a laptop for just half an hour because my eyes starts burning. I had made a checkup & my eyesight is normal. Now a days I am using Add tears and loteflam eye drops.But I am not feeling much change.Please help me by suggesting something to get rid of my eyes pain.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Dear Subham, burning sensation in eyes while watching Tv or working on laptops may be due to dry eyes or Computer vision syndrome.Look out for the causes of dry eyes like any family history, systemic disease,connective tissue disorder, meibomian gland dysfunction, blepheritis etc..You have to do a Dry eye work up test in an ophthalmology clinic. If you are not suffering from dry eye it may be computer vision syndrome where you are engrossed in your work so much that you forget to blink the eyes which may cause eye strain and dryness.This precipitates as burning sensation.So you may try some eye exercise, take rest in every one hr of work , check for the humidity of your room if you are using AC, antiglare in laptop,lighting condition of your room and blink your eyes while working.So try some tear substitute like refresh liquigel 6-8 times a day and some hot fomentation.There is no need for loteflam unless indicated.Do rule out allergic conjunctivitis too.So if it is hurting more then better to go to your nearest ophthalmologist and discuss your problem....take care...Dr Ajay Shankar Kar, cornea consultant, sankar foundation eye hosp, vizag
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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