My eyes burn & hurt and are irritated around them. Fills like my eyes have been burned. I have went to several doctors(eye doctor, general practician, ear, nose & throat, allergist, eye specialist, dermatolgist) and they gave me drops & antibiotics and nothing has helped. This has been going on for several years and will get better for a little while and comes back. I cannot stand heat or cold from heater or air cond.- anything that blows air. The many prescriptions of drops, etc. have not helped...it just makes my eyes burn. A nurse practician thought I had a fungus and the dermatolgist said it was roasha(it does not look like roasha-nor did the medicine they gave me help at all..just made my eyes burn worse), allergist said allergy, eye specialist said dry eye and the drops would help! I have went to so many doctors and none have helped me. I get so upset and depressed over my eyes and I feel there is someone or something out there that could help me but no one has found it yet. Please help.View Thread
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