Watery Eyes With Itching?

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,rnrnMy mother is 59 years old, her eyes are watery, sticky, itchy and glare when exposed to light. For treatment at the health center, they are given eye drops, but they only feel good for a while then come back again, every morning they are compressed with warm water but there is still no change. Please help with the solution. Thank you

1 Answer:

Hi Addy,

Watery, sticky and itchy eyes can be caused by various conditions, including:

Eye infections of the cornea (keratitis), conjunctiva (conjunctivitis) Allergies Impaired tear production Presence of foreign discharge in the eye Eyes exposed to certain chemicals

Glare eyes or photophobia can be caused by cataracts, keratitis, retinal disorders, inflammation of the uvea, or eye innervation disorders. The possible causes are very wide, so it's best if your mother immediately has her eyes checked by an ophthalmologist. The sooner the better to prevent the condition from getting worse.

The ophthalmologist will examine your mother's eyes with special tools and of course will conduct a medical interview related to her medical history. After knowing the cause, the eye doctor will provide appropriate treatment.

Regards,

dr. Mega

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