I did my ICL surgery six months back. Now my right eye is burning. What can be the cause of that?
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A burning sensation is the chief complaint of patients with dry eyes. The causes of dry eye are several in number and ICL surgery by itself rarely causes dry eye. Although there are innumerable causes of dry eyes, the treatment is purely based on the severity of symptoms and usually starts with carboxymethylcellulose acetate 0.5 % eye drops. In case you do want to find out the exact cause of your dry eyes, you would need to get a thorough eye exam with or without eye or blood tests. In case you have any further questions, kindly send me a scanned copy of your doctors report, test reports. I will do my best to help you.
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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Dry eye syndrome is a condition which can best be managed but cannot be treated, since it is caused by multiple factors like age, environment, etc. The good thing is that it is not dangerous. You are already using Systane (Propylene glycol) and Ara gel (Hydroxypropyl me... Read Full
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