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1 18th August 21:46
dinegame
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The past few months, I've been wakin up one night every couple of
weeks, about 2 am, with burning and watery eyes. I am not able to
sleep at least an hour after such an episode. Is it caused by
allergies? What is a possible cure?

I was using flonase for nasal allergies before the watery-eyes-problem
began and my doctor says that continuing to use flonase may also get
rid of watery eyes. believable?

Thanks....JB
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2 18th August 21:46
mike tyner
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Not the most common reason. They'd probably also be puffy and itchy if it's
allergy. Both eyes equally? Does the cat sleep on your pillow while you're gone?


Mmmm.. maybe. Also we'd wonder if you sleep with your eyes open a little.

Washing your face before bed might help if it's allergy, and fresh
pillowcases. Lubricant ointment at bedtime would help if your eyes don't
close completely.

-MT
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3 18th August 21:46
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All of what Mike said plus maybe you have a dust mite allergy. Did you have
allergy tests? If not you may want to try that also.
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4 20th August 16:49
emma chase vancott
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: weeks, about 2 am, with burning and watery eyes. I am not able to
: sleep at least an hour after such an episode. Is it caused by
: allergies? What is a possible cure?

: I was using flonase for nasal allergies before the watery-eyes-problem
: began and my doctor says that continuing to use flonase may also get
: rid of watery eyes. believable?

: Thanks....JB


Got a dust (mite) allergy? Your bed and pillows can be loaded. Funny
that it only happens to you at bedtime.

If you do have allergies, I'd suggest getting rid of old upholstered
furniture, and any wall to wall carpets... they are essentially giant petrie
dishes for microbes.


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5 12th September 04:16
dinegame
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The past few months, I've been wakin up one night every couple of
weeks, about 2 am, with burning and watery eyes. I am not able to
sleep at least an hour after such an episode. Is it caused by
allergies? What is a possible cure?

I was using flonase for nasal allergies before the watery-eyes-problem
began and my doctor says that continuing to use flonase may also get
rid of watery eyes. believable?

Thanks....JB
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6 12th September 04:16
mike tyner
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Not the most common reason. They'd probably also be puffy and itchy if it's
allergy. Both eyes equally? Does the cat sleep on your pillow while you're gone?


Mmmm.. maybe. Also we'd wonder if you sleep with your eyes open a little.

Washing your face before bed might help if it's allergy, and fresh
pillowcases. Lubricant ointment at bedtime would help if your eyes don't
close completely.

-MT
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7 12th September 04:16
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All of what Mike said plus maybe you have a dust mite allergy. Did you have
allergy tests? If not you may want to try that also.
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8 12th September 04:16
emma chase vancott
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: weeks, about 2 am, with burning and watery eyes. I am not able to
: sleep at least an hour after such an episode. Is it caused by
: allergies? What is a possible cure?

: I was using flonase for nasal allergies before the watery-eyes-problem
: began and my doctor says that continuing to use flonase may also get
: rid of watery eyes. believable?

: Thanks....JB


Got a dust (mite) allergy? Your bed and pillows can be loaded. Funny
that it only happens to you at bedtime.

If you do have allergies, I'd suggest getting rid of old upholstered
furniture, and any wall to wall carpets... they are essentially giant petrie
dishes for microbes.


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9 15th September 15:16
mike tyner
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Not the most common reason. They'd probably also be puffy and itchy if it's
allergy. Both eyes equally? Does the cat sleep on your pillow while you're gone?


Mmmm.. maybe. Also we'd wonder if you sleep with your eyes open a little.

Washing your face before bed might help if it's allergy, and fresh
pillowcases. Lubricant ointment at bedtime would help if your eyes don't
close completely.

-MT
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10 15th September 15:16
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All of what Mike said plus maybe you have a dust mite allergy. Did you have
allergy tests? If not you may want to try that also.
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