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Clear discharge from eyes, blurred vision. Help

i am having a constant clear gooey long string of stuff coming out of my eyes especially the right eye. i wipe it so much til by midday you can tell by the bottom of my shirt from the dried up white stains how much i wipe. i can be watching tv and i can feel it sliding down my eyeball or my vision goes blurry. i cant hardly drive or hold a job because of this. sometimes it will turn a milky color. help me please.
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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since you are getting white discharge & getting blurred vision its better that your visit an opthalmologist & get your eyes examined. It could be due to some infection of eye. Dont wipe your eyes with any clothes. Wash your eyes with clean water . Just splash water on your eyes, if the white substance still persist & you are still getting blurred vision than visit doctor.
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