I've had secretion/mucus/discharge in both of my eye-corners for 2 or even 3 years. I used to wipe it gently 3 or 4 times a day - so it appears every 3 hours a day approximately. It gets collecting slowly, progressively so if I don't touch it over a day it looks like a ball at the eye-corners. It's hard to explicitly determine it's colour - white, transparent up to some way. It's like a mucus or a thick secretion. If there is not much of it it gets chewy/sticky sometimes.
I have tried anti-bacterial drops for 10 days, anti-allergy drops for a month and artifical tears for 2 months - that's what my doc prescribed me. Didn't help even a bit. I'm fed up with polish docs cause they give me an impression they would like to say - "there is no more we can do" (I'm not a hypochondriac).
I have oily skin and probably a kind of allergy because every morning i have to clear one's throat (can't blow it out because it drips on my throat). I had acne for a long time, oily skin is still a problem, now when it goes away slowly the eye problem occured (actually for 2 years) and is stressing me out. I'm getting really exhausted with that situation. Almost 25 now.
I'd be grateful if You could help, at least up to some degree.
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