I have an idea for you. First of all I goggled the question " What are
neutrophils ? which brought up a number of websites. Now, I found
a website called www.wisegeek.org. What I like about the site is
that they have a box where you can enter in conditions and information
and terms you're looking for. Anyway, I entered the words from your
lab results namely, neutrophils, eosinophils, and staphylococcus epidermidis on the eyelids. I thought the information they provided
on this website was interesting and helpful. In some cases you can
see pictures too with the explanation. Maybe you'll find some answers
there to help with. I wish you well. Eve
I just finished reading your comments. Just an idea. Perhaps you could ask
your family doctor for a referral to an eye specialist. Based on your comments, it sounds to me like you need something stronger than allergy
drops. Five months is a long time to have red eyes. Good luck to you. Eve
First of all, thanks for answering. What would be something stronger than allergy drops? Also, the doctors I've been to, they are eye specialists, that's why I don't know what else to do. None of the meds seem to work :(.
I've been to another doctor, she said my eyes were red mostly because they were dry, but that there still was some allergy. Now I'm using a lubricant for dry eyes, although I didn't see much improvement so far. Been doing that since 3 days ago. I'll also keep using Lastacaft, since my doctor said there was some allergy.