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    What is Dry Eye?

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    Dry eye, or dry eye disease (DED), is a common condition characterized by an imbalance in the tear film on the eye’s surface. This imbalance leads to discomfort, irritation, and sometimes vision problems.

    The causes of dry eye are varied and include factors related to the eyes, anatomy, and overall health. Assessing patients with dry eye symptoms is crucial for timely treatment, which can greatly improve quality of life. 

    The tear film consists of lipid, aqueous, and mucin layers, each serving a specific function in maintaining eye health. Understanding these components and their role in tear film stability is essential for effective management of dry eye.

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    Dr. Kasu Prasad Reddy

    M.B, D.O, MRCOphthCheif Cataract & Refractive Surgeon
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    Dr. P. Muralidhar Rao

    MBBS, M.S, FIVRSr. Vitreo Retinal Surgeon
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    MBBS, M.S , D.OGeneral Ophthalmologist
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    Dr. Anitha C Kamarthy

    MBBS, M.SSr. Cataract & Glaucoma Surgeon
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    Dr. B M Anil Kumar

    MBBS, D.O, FLVPEI, MBASr. Glaucoma Consultant
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    Dr. Vamshidhar

    MBBS, DNB, FICO ( UK)Sr. Cataract & Refractive Surgeon
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    Dry Eye FAQS

    Dry Eye

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    Dry eyes do not cause headaches directly. However, in some cases, reading may become difficult. And if you strain your eyes trying to read, you may experience a headache.
    How long dry eyes last varies from patient to patient. For some, it could be for a few hours, and for others, it could go on for about months. Depending on the time, the underlying issues can be either acute or chronic dry eye disease.
    Yes, most patients with eye dryness complain about not being able to see or read properly. The vision gets more blurry the more they try to read.

    Dry eyes for prolonged periods can endanger your health. In most cases, not having your tears produce enough or an adequate amount of moisture leads to infection. So, it’s better to go to a doctor and get treatment as soon as possible.

    Dry eyes may lead to inflammation, ulcers, abrasion to the cornea, or even vision loss in the long term. If dry eyes go untreated, they could lead to permanent damage. Therefore, it’s better to treat dry eyes as soon as possible.

    The safest thing to do is go to a doctor and get an eye check-up done!

    On a personal hygiene level, make sure you wash your eyelids every day. You can also use nonprescription eye drops or any over-the-counter drop that helps provide lubrication. Using a warm cloth and compressing your eye with it might also provide some relief as well.

    For people with long-term eye dryness, it is better to keep using eye drops even after it feels to have been treated.

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