evozac is working well, It not only helps with my saliva but also I can feel a tad more moisture in my eyes too!
Most of my pain is gone...now they just feel a little dry in certain atmospheres...they are still a little red but liveable now.
Im still doing doxy...going to go down to 100 mg a day instead of two...I hope it works just as well.
Not using any drops for the most part unless im in a dry enviroment and they start hurting..but once i start
It's been over 1 year and my dry eyes are stable. Much better than they were when this madness started! I am still wearing contacts only up to 8hrs a day but wear my glasses whenever possible. I went for my check up and the brand I used to wear acuvue oasys for astigmatism, don't center that well on my eyes anymore after an RX change so now I am trying out Air Optix. I am a little nervous since the Oasys gave me such relief. I really hope these work out too. The Air ones are much thicker so I wonder
They said to start with one pill a day to see how your stomach accepts the medicine...its for sjorgrens dry eye and mouth. I read the pamplet and says it will take a week to kick in...soooo...i have to wait a little while longer.
Im actually doing good...even had to work yesterday for 24 hours in front of a computer and they were still red, but not as bad as usual. I am feeling soooo much better and I have to give credit to doxy, tea tree oil and cetaphil....thank gosh...I think
Okay...here we go. I am getting better everyday...i still have some issues and sometimes I forget how miserable i was a few years ago and how far i have come.
so the things that got me here.... I am now able to use a smililasan and dwelle, i couldnt before, they always made me worse, dont know why. But maybe when your eye is so far gone, everything bugs them.
the Honey was the first thing that worked for me....got the glands working.
For those of us who suffer from the microscopic event that results in epic pain of RCEs, we can never seem to get enough language to feel like the phenomenon is really being understood.
Yet, another attempt to explain the condition has been posted this month.