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Eye problems, please advise!

Discussion in 'General Symptoms' started by Tiger Lily 813, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. Tiger Lily 813

    Tiger Lily 813 Senior Member

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    My background: Sensitive nervous system for 10 yrs, MCS, maybe chronic Lyme or related infection, probably leaky gut, long term adrenal fatigue & recent (Nov '13) adrenal burnout-
    I’m currently working on eliminating candida and slowly beginning methylation via low dose methylfolate/B12.

    My current flare up is that I’m having eye problems, very watery, cornea kind of smaller than usual, very irritated by the outside cold/wind, losing some eyelashes : ( sometimes there is random strong burning/watering for about a minute (about once a day this happens), a little redness overall but not like pink eye.
    When I wake up there is gunk in the cornea areas, light yellowish and some black (gross I know, sorry).
    Please let me know if you’ve found remedies that helped you with problems like these!!! Or know what they are associated with! I am going to my doctor Monday, but he doesn’t have much in depth knowledge of my ongoing conditions.

    What I am taking:
    Methylfolate 400mcg/day
    B12 5000mg/day
    Zinc I keep forgetting to take but trying to remember to take 20mg/day
    Sometimes a spoonful of food grade diatomaceous earth in water
    Vitamins A,D,B complex, C, multivitamins.
    Olive leaf, MSM, Omegas, CoQ10 & other natural supplements that are anti-bacterial/anti-fungal/anti-parasitic

    Thank you so much!!
  2. peggy-sue

    peggy-sue

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    It sounds like fairly normal conjunctivitis, nasty, but should clear up with antibiotic cream stuff. It can taste a bit nasty when it goes down the back of your throat.
    I hope so, and that it's nothing more serious than that. good luck.

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