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James Phillips

crusty eye

wake up in the morning one contact makes that eye crusty. This is an older contact than its mate. What causes this?
03/16/2014

Answers (5)

  • Jordyn

    Are your contacts daily contacts, monthly contacts or yearly contacts? I guess your contacts is out of date. You should have new pairs.
    03/16/2014
  • Gabriella rodney

    Did you forget to get it off from your eyes when you went to sleep last night? Or if your contact lenses has been infected by bacteria.I suggest you have your lenses checked at the eyeglasses shop.
    03/16/2014
  • Victor Lee

    Maybe you haven't wear them properly. I usually aim my contacts at my pupillas and then attach them to my eyeballs. By the way, have you had your contact examied by your eye doctor? You better stop wearing your contacts before you have them examied. It's suggested to wear your contacts no more than 8 hours a day. And you should keep maintaining them after every time you used them.
    09/04/2014
  • Rebecca

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    Crusty eyes in the morning is a common condition for children and adults alike. The crusty eyes of the morning are often from eye discharge that builds up and subsequently dries out over night. Eye infections, such as conjunctivitis,can cause this, eightr from a bacterial or viral cause. Another possibility is allergies, which can increase eye discharge in both eyes. People can be allergic to common substance like laundry detergents or the pillow's filling.
    01/13/2015
  • Zoe Wang

    EyeSight Hawaii

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    Contact lenses are considered medical devices and are regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For safety reasons, they cannot be purchased without a professional fitting and a contact lens prescription written by a licensed eye doctor.
    01/13/2015
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