Hi, I have had this problem for like more than a month now. It started with very itchy eyes that are not red at all, and now the itch is almost gone but my eyelids are constantly mildly swollen and they are really tired most of the time. I also get this stringy white mucus out of the corner of my eyes (near the nose), and for my right bottom eyelid, when I pull it down, i see 2 or 3 very small water-filled blisters or pockets near the outer corner, and it's very very itchy there. I went to the doctor and he said it's probably either allergies or dry eyes, and I have tried allergy drops like patanol and optivar, but they make my eyes stingy and watery. Does it sound more like I have allergies or dry eyes? or do I have both? My eyes are not watery and red at all, just really tired and really itchy where those blister looking things are.
IF I WAS YOU ID GO SEE A SPECIALIST. NOT JUST A DOCTOR?
DOESNT SOUND LIKE DRY EYES? SOUNDS LIKE HERPES 1 VIRUS? OR SOME KIND OF INFECTION.. I KNOW? I HAD IT BEFORE. OR JUST GPC. DO YOU WEAR CONTACTS? YOU MAY NEED SOME GOOD ORAL ANTIBODTICS?GOOD LUCK
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