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for pink eye symptoms. I can't seem to get this under control. It is in the right eye lower lid also ... slightly daily. Both eyes are bloodshot. Left eye where there is the lump is scratchy although I know ...

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My daughter is 7 years old. In the beginning if XXXXXXX we observed that the eye-lashes of her upper lid had fallen out. We took her to an eye doctor who said that our daughter had blepharitis ...

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I have swelling, dryness, blistering, redness and a leathery feel on the skin around my eyes ...) but this eye condition cropped up overnight almost a year ago. No one has been able to give me an answer ...

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I have been dxd with blepharitis (sp) and have been treating it but my bad eye continues to weep constantly. After two weeks of antibiotic/ steroid drops and following doctor's directions for application I ...

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Hi I have Blepharitis problem. My eyes become red, irritated and itchy and dandruff like scales form on the eyelashes. It is from long time approx 5-6 years and it seems more in winters. please help ...

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I ve been to 3 doctors & all of them diagnose my left eye blepharitis as bacterial, also been ... dermatitis & had HSV infections before, furthermore; a procedure has been done on my right eye a couple ...

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9/25/14 had surgery for advanced right eye cateract. Surgery went well and I m fine. However, since Aug 2014 I have been getting recurring blepharitis infections along with dry eyes. I was treated ...

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of this has helped in fact it has made my eyes very over sensitive, which makes them water all the time, from ...

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I have blepharitis in the eyes. I am nervous to take Doxycycline. I have tried baby shampoo mixed with water. It kind of burns. It was suggested to me to buy a 100 mg pill, cut iy in half. Take half ...

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Hello, I am a female, age 65. I was diagnosed with blepharitis in May and treated with an RX cortizone ointment. It has cleared up but my eyes tire easily and seem dry. When I waken my eyelids seem ...

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Hi, I have a query related to belpharitis. My eyes are becoming weak. And I have belpharitis ... layer formed on eye lids. Please suggest me some solution. ...

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My body seems to be going crazy with fungal infections. First, I have recurring Blepharitis. I have been taking 100mg 2x/day to alleviate the eye problem. But then I get skin infections in moist area ...

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My daughter who is 5 has blepharitis and have been cleaning it morning and night with cooled boiled water and baby shampoo as advised by my Gp. It is now infected and we are using an antibiotic eye cream ...

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Hi, my doctor had suggested that i have blepharitis. But all i have is the redness of the upper and lower lid of one eye. Im 21 and male so i thought that was quite young to get blepharitis. I have been ...

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I have blepharitis and my upper and lower eyelid margins are quite thick and have been for about .... In the morning I use the warm compress but no scrubs. When I use the compress in the morning the eyes look very ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi thanks for using HCM. This may be probably due to infection of any gland in eye lid. You can take antibiotic eye drops, avoid direct exposure to dust and sun. Clean eyes with clean water for 4-5 times a day. This will help you. If symptom continues then get back for further discussion. Regards

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using any meds for this?

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hi it is ulcerative blepharitis, an infective condition you can take these medications but better to avoid sun exposure when taking doxy. local application of ciplox ointment,after washing the eyelids with mild shampoo like johnsons baby will be very helpful. take care