My doctor says it is because I have lost my eye lashes, but I haven't lost them. Has anyone else had this problem?
It is probably because your eyes are dry. I know it sounds crazy but watering eyes are actually a sign of dry eyes. The watery tears are not good quality tears and they evaporate quickly which dries the eyes out more so more watery tears come! If you use a good artificial tear, it will soothe the eyes and keep them from drying out so bad and the watering will stop. Trust me, I worked for 10 years in eye Dr offices and surgery centers and I have seen this countless times. Get a good tear product like Refresh, Genteal or Systane and use up to 10 times a day if you need to.
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