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Cattail
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Is the burning non stop likely to be neuropathy that I have everywhere from Flagyl or from yeast that I have? I also have constantly burning nostrils, up high.

Thanks.

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Is your skin dry too? Or dry eyes or mouth?

Maybe it triggered Sjogren's.

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Cattail
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No, neither are my eyes. My eyes and up in my nose are burning relentlessly. So painful.
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i also have the burning eyes. it is new to me this year. also my blurriness is way worse...feels like mucous(?biofilm} covers eye-its blurry-i blink a bunch of time and it is gone.

the burning come when the tears come. not for an emotional reason...for no reason-i just get a bunch of tears and burning very much like if i was peeling onions...

are you the only other one having this? there is another post somewhere-i never heard of this before altho i did read it is a sx for sarcoidosis when helping a friend

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I have a film over my eyes that goes away every time I have a colonic. It goes away DURING the colonic. I think it's toxins. It will come say several days later but after the detox, eyes are CLEAR. I attribute this to yeast, for sure.
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Depending on where you live, it could be a symptom of the fires burning in Canada and in western United States.

I have actually had asthma symptoms come up and I've not had asthma symptoms in over 12 years. Burning eyes and nostrils have been part of the symptoms!

Check this site out, it gives daily updates on air quality and has satellite pictures of where the smoke is located. I am in SE MN which has been just at the edge of the smoke coverage line for weeks now.


http://alg.umbc.edu/usaq/archives/004941.html

-Edessa

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