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lpkayak
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I am still dealing with this with no answer

The LL eye clinic dx me with something else but could not explain this

It isvery intermittent so i dont suffer all the time but i just cant figure it out

I had chem sensitivities and ragweed allergy and it is different

I just searched and couldnt find any answers

Anyone else dealing with this? Know what to do?

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Razzle
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Thoughts that come to mind:

Toxin release...

Medication side-effects changing the pH or constituents in your tears...

Herx...

Maybe try a saline eye wash or saline eye drops when this happens?

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I have had this problem. It was allergy realted but I couldn't seem to exactly identify what I was allergic to. There is an eye drop called Zatitor available in most pharmacies that really helped me a lot.
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I have this 24/7, and contribute it to a chemical toxin.

I am in sauna detox three times a week. It seems to be changing, but I can't say yet if for good or for bad.

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lpkayak
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Hmmm. It is very different than allergy i have had in the past...but maybe cuz of what i am allergic to-and i havent figured that out yet

Ive been going thru somany changes the last year

It does feel chemical. ..really hurts

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I too have had this. I have no clue what it is caused from, but as someone mentioned, I have tried saline drops. But they just burn even more.

It is the strangest thing, since it will be bad for a short time and then it disappears. No clue. Hopefully someone will have some ideas.

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lpkayak
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i get the spurting too..and my vision is very bad sometimes...other times ok. and blurry a lot-it comes and goes thos.

what is pseudo tumor?

i recently had big eye workup at Ll eye clinic and they gave me sort of dx but it didnt describe all my sx...treatment was painful surg so i am putting it off

they would have seen a tumor if i had one tho wouldnt they?

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Well, I had developed huge dark eye bags, burning, itching at times, scratchy eyes and this is severe now. It got much much worse this past week with Diflucan and the biggest herx of my life. I am beginning to think that it is for sure toxins or hitting the yeast. Yeast could do this.
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