Watery Eyes

Conjunctivitis, ectropion, entropion, blocked tear ducts, dry eyes, eye allergies, scratch, blepharitis, and stye are certain conditions that cause watery eyes. They can also be associated with itching, red, and swollen eyes with blurred vision. Antibiotic eye drops, anti-allergy eye drops, and warm compress help in its management. Most cases with a simple cause like eye strain, allergy, etc., resolve on their own without treatment.

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Can allergy make your eyes watery, red, and itchy, with dark circles around?

Query: Hi doctor, I have eczema, and I have been taking medications for five years with multiple doctors with no results. Some worked, some did not. The main problem is I have running nose (from 3 years), skin gets round around mouth with black scars, full black rough skin on the neck and for the past six...  Read Full »


Dr. B T Priya

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I went through all pictures and prescriptions (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). The problem that you have is atopic dermatitis. It is a disease that is not an infection, but your immunity will be working abruptly and uncontrollably. Its triggers...  Read Full »

How to manage cold, runny nose, and watery eyes due to weather changes?

Query: Hi doctor, My son is three and a half years old. He is prone to change in weather and he gets affected with cold, running nose, and eyes often. Sometimes, he gets a sore throat which means that he gets hoarseness in his voice. He is not having a fever. While having running eyes and nose, I give him...  Read Full »


Dr. Faisal Abdul Karim Malim

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As per the description, he seems to have hyperactive airway disease. You can start giving a course of tablet Montair 4 mg (Montelukast) one tablet daily at 8 pm for six months and observe the changes in the frequency of the symptoms. While having an acute episode of cou...  Read Full »

Can light from a laser hair removal damage your eyes?

Query: Hi doctor, I bought the laser hair removal at home. I thought they would send me the protective glasses and wore my sunglasses instead. I set it up on the lowest mode and put it on my hand for a patch. When I saw how bright, I immediately turned everything off. I do not think the sunglasses are eno...  Read Full »


Dr. Hussein Ayoub

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Well, first of all, I must say that you have done the right thing. You should not use it without protective goggles. Such laser are usually harmful to your eyes but on long term use. So to answer your questions, I highly doubt any harm was done to you. Since you ...  Read Full »

How to get rid of symptoms due to allergic rhinitis?

Query: Hello doctor, My symptoms are watery eyes, blocked nose, sneezing, and runny nose with transparent fluid coming out of my nose. It gets worse when I have something from the refrigerator but I am sure it is not common cold. What other doctors diagnosed was that I have got allergic rhinitis. I feel f...  Read Full »


Dr. Dheeraj Kumar Jonnalagadda

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. The symptoms you have mentioned are of allergic rhinitis. But it is just not sneezing and watering of eyes. It causes major complications in your body starting from sinusitis to asthma which becomes permanent to your life. We have to curb it in its initial stages. Fi...  Read Full »

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