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Lacrimal syringing

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doctor1 MD

I woke up this morning and noticed I have a mildly swollen lacrimal caruncle in my right eye. My eye dr is closed today so can't make an appt until the morning, is there an over the counter eye drop ...

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My right eye caruncle looks like an open crater. This has been cronic for at least a year. It more annoying than painful as it collects eye crud.

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What causes swollen lacrimal gland unilaterally. It comes and goes. Like every few weeks. I've been having swelling on one side and my pcp and opthamalogist have no idea what it is. I just noticed tonight ...

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Is it possible for the lacrimal caruncle to swell from rinsing eyes under cold water in sink? ...

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Dear Sir, Please guide me How many Surgeries are possible at a one time OT, Phaco Foldable IOL Unilat. + Iridectomy+ Retrobulbar Injections+Lacrimal Sac Syringing both eyes+Trabeculectomy+ Vitrectomy ...

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I had an MRI because my doctor wanted to make sure I didn t have any brian anurisims because my mother had one and they did and MRI and we found that I have a cyst like thing. We did an orbital MRI and found it to be 6mm x 4mm x 4mm on the inner...

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My mom is HyperThyroid and has an overactive Lacrimal Gland. She has already had two surgeries involving stints to increase the tear duct with for correct tear flow. Worked for a while but now ...

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I have an inflamed Lachrymal gland(per my orbital specialist) It had become detached and descended down from behind my browbone into my eyelid. The OS biopsied it to make sure it wasn t cancerous- then reattached it behind my orbital bone. He...

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Hi, I m 52 yrs old, 5 6 and weigh 135 lbs. and for about 3 days I ve had soreness at the lower lacrimal punctum; I thought a stye was coming up but nothing pustual has appeared. Now ...

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Hi, I recently discovered that for most of my life the visible part of the tear duct the pink area is too enlarged on both eyes equally. That would be the lacrimal caruncle right? This causes sometimes ...

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Hi, My lacrimal caruncles have enlarged, but they are not red or inflamed. They are not red, itchy, or painful. They re just enlarged. There is no discharge but sometimes eye gunk accumulates. What should I do ...

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Hi, I have an extra hole in my Lacrimal punctum ( a side from the tear duct), the hole is about 5 times bigger then the tear duct. I have had Watery eyes for several years and I have been treated ...

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hi, I have a itchy lacrimal caruncle that comes and goes. It it very itchy when it happens and is just limited to that area of my eye. usually goes away on its own after I wake up in the morning ...

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I have a slightly swollen lacrimal caruncle, slightly red in the inner corner of the eye, and feel like I need to rub that area/slightly itchy a few times in the day. I tried allergy relief: Zaditor ...

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Hi, i have been told by eye specialist its likely i have an infected or blocked lacrimal gland, ive had a small lump form which comes and goes over the last few months. Initially they thought ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It is normal. Increased pressure during coughing presses the lacrimal glands releasing tears.

doctor1 MD

It may be lacrimal duct infection.Please go to ophthalmologist for evaluation.

doctor1 MD

Loperamide for diarhea... avil for lacrimation... panadol for pain...be patient