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Cattail
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Left eye has been pooling with tears for 2 days and so it is very hard to see because the eye is so blurry. I have to keep dabbing it with a cloth so I can see and catch it before it keeps dripping on to my cheek all day.

I had this over a year ago for weeks and then it stopped and I got different eye issues. Anyone know what this is from and is there anything I can do to stop it from watering?

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Is the corner of your mouth drooping on that side?

When I have eye watering, it is associated with bells palsy and my mouth on that side droops down. This is because of infected cranial nerves.

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No drooling, just the eye. Thanks.
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Drooping, not drooling. Mouth corner turns down on one side. May have to look carefully, is not always prominent.
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Oops, no, sorry. The eye is always smaller and weaker muscle than the right and right now it is not as bad as it can get, but it is bothering me some. It never droops and I never have a difference with the corner of the mouth.
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