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Your symptoms are quite suggestive of allergic conjunctivitis
It can be a chronic dry eye syndrome
due to xerophthalmia
where there is decreased tears in the eyes.
In the first case you need anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory topical drops in the eyes like Cromal and ketorolac
drops thrice a day initially for a week then twice a day till you get relief.
The problem is due to allergy to environment agents like pollens mostly of flowering plants.
So avoid slashing eyes with water and wear specs to avoid contact with dust and particles in air.
In Xerophthalmia Refresh eye-drop would be helpful as artificial tears
You should get examined by an experienced ophthalmologist.
Do not remain in the try of the permanent cure, these diseases cause suffering and slowly die out at unpredictable pace.
If you have any further query please let me know I would try to answer it for you.
Wish you a great health!