Managing Common Eye Conditions in the Pharmacy

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Watery Eyes

Watery eyes are caused by excessive tear production, a natural process that keeps the eye lubricated and clean. Allergies are a common cause of watery eyes, in addition to blepharitis and infection. The choice of treatment will be based upon the cause. Nonprescription antihistamines may be useful in preventing watery eyes related to allergies.


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