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    Ever since last April when I was placed on a CPAP machine for severe sleep apnea I have had trouble with my eyes. I use a full face mask with the machine. During this time I have had 5 cornea abrasions and wake up nightly feeling severe pain in my eyes. My eyes will also be "stuck" together which does not help and increases the pain. I have used all gels, drops, etc. and even have my tear ducts plugged. Lately I have been sleeping with an eye patch over each eye and keep a wet wash cloth by the bed, but there has got to be a more effective method out there somewhere.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

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    Sounds like maybe the mask is causing your eyes to stay partly open while you're sleeping. You might want to try using a gentle tape to tape your eyes shut. I think you can buy some here in the dry eye shop.

    Here's a link to another thread where taping the eyes shut is the topic:
    http://www.dryeyezone.com/talk/showt...=Lagophthalmos

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