It is possible you are allergic to the antibiotic eye drops - especially if it has neomycin in it. If you have been on a drop with neomycin you should see your eye doctor to see if you are having an allergic reaction. If no neomycin - then it's hard to say what you might have - possible a persistant infection, other allergic reaction, or other problem. Best to see ophthalmologist if problem persists.
i suffered for years with blufferidous a condition of the eyelashes.crusting ozzing.a condition i had for 20 plus years then a dr. told me to use head and shoulders in my hair and allow it to run over my face when washing my hair.i have been free of this for a long time. i use the shampoo twice a week and allow it to run over my eyes when i rince .didnt take long to see a great improvement.my child also had this and head and shoulders cleared us both ..good luck let me know if this helps
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