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clive


02/17/2013

Can thyroid cause watery eyes?

Is it possible to get watery eyes because of thyroid problems? Any suggestion?
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  • Mariah ja

    03/19/2013

    Yes, it is very possible for you to get watery eyes because of thyroid problems. Once you get the thyroid problems, you will have many following problems. You may have the eyelid late fall, retreat rabbit eye and eyelid pure exophthalmos or exophthalmos with different degree of hyperthyroidism by controlling the hyperthyroidism in the early stage. What's more, you may have the moderately active disease includes the continuous eyelid, eyelid shrinking, late fall exophthalmus and some soft tissue. Your eye will get watery which will be so uncomfortable. You could take notice of such disease. You'd better use the eye drops to moisture the eyes and make the eyes get comfortable. In addition, you could also use the warm compress to make the watery eyes get released. You’d better eat more food with vitamin C which will make your eyes look bright and make your eyes vision get clear. You need to have the good rest for the eyes.
  • Susan Wright

    02/17/2013

    Thyroid problems can cause many eye problems, including dry eyes, watery eyes, red eyes, bulging eyes and some vision problems. And watery eyes are one of the side effects. The treatments of watery eyes are various. For the watery eyes be caused by thyroid problems, you'd better see a doctor for professional suggestion.
  • williams

    02/18/2013

    Yes, thyroid disease can cause watery eyes. Besides, thyroid can also lead to other eye problems such as dry eyes, red eyes bulging eyes, a "stare," double vision, difficulty closing the eyes or a problems with vision etc. So, you shall treat thyroid seriously. To treat those vision-threatening problems because of thyroid disease, you can treat it by corticosteroids or other anti-inflammatory medications, radiation and surgery etc. Hope this can help you.
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