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  • eyeneedhelp
    started a topic Scleral Lens Question

    Scleral Lens Question

    I was diagnosed with MGD and have had issues tolerating soft contact lenses in the past because I would develop giant papillary conjunctivitis. Would it be impossible for me to tolerate scleral lenses as well or might it help with the dry eye and be comfortable. I really need advice. Thank you!
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  • eyeneedhelp
    started a topic Introduction

    Introduction

    Hi everyone, I made this account in hopes that people have had a similar experience to mine and can provide some guidance and support. I started wearing contact lenses in 2011 and had no issues with them until December 2016. I was diagnosed with giant papillary conjunctivitis and was unable to wear...
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  • LHeston2
    started a topic GPC and Dry Eye

    GPC and Dry Eye

    Hi Everyone,

    I wanted to share my background to see if anyone can offer tips or help. I have been dealing with GPC (giant papillary conjunctivitis, bumps under eyelid) for over 9 months now after being a long-term contact lens wearer for about 18 years. My eye doctors have treated me...
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  • Preservative Free Anti-allergy drops in Canada or the United States

    Does anyone know of any preservative free, single dose unit anti-allergy drops in either the US or Canada?

    I am aware of only 1 - which I just ordered. It is the Cromolyn 4% Preservative Free Ophthalmic Solution availabe from Leiter's Pharmacy in San Jose California. They have a website...
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  • kez123
    started a topic dry eye after infection?!?! help?!

    dry eye after infection?!?! help?!

    Haven't posted before, but I figured I'd give this a shot.

    A little over a year and a half ago I caught a very severe eye infection (keratoconjunctivitis) that took nearly a month to go away (or so it seemed.) After repeated visits to an opthamologist, I was still having problems with...
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