I must say I have developed some kind of a syndrome w/ my eyes that see perfectly well. Thank god! Corners of my eyes, corners that are closer to my nose, itch, including the skin around my nose, right next to my eyes, itching as well. More often this started to happen when its hot outside and when using eye drops. I must say I used to used lot of eyes drops when I would smoke marijuana and my eyes would get really dry & really red. Now I quit, but I have this prob w/ my eyes, which actually causes my skin around my eyes get wrinkles, continue to loose its fat under the skin of under the eyes and continue to itch. Even around my cheeks as well. As many people as I knew or know who smoke or who used eye drops, I never heard of anyone w/ the same problem. Please help!
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