1. Be sure you are under the care of an Eye MD ophthalmologist not an optometrist or non-ophthalmic MD. 2. You are greatly exceeding the standard dose of Durezol with is usually one drop every 6 hours. 3. A uveitis that severe you should also be using some sort of red top drop to keep your pupil dilated (atropine, homatropine or cyclogyl) 3. If you are no better after a weeks therapy your treatment needs stepped up perhaps oral steroids. 4. You also need a work up to determine why you have uveitis.