Symptoms of Blocked Tear Ducts

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Blocked tear ducts can cause watering eyes, tears running down the face, pus discharge, crusted mucous on the eyelashes and increased eye infections. Visit an ophthalmologist to diagnose blocked tear ducts with advice from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on blocked tear duct symptoms.

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Symptoms of blocked tear ducts. The symptoms would be watering eyes, tears running down the face, discharge of pus, crusted mucous on the eyelashes, increased eye infections that entrap those tears in there and can be a perfect breeding ground for bacteria. You also might note that some of the things that could occur is that in the night time when the eyes are closed and waking up in the morning time with the eyes being very crusty. It could cause of course more bacteria to breed if you continue to rub your eyes or to not take care of them so the best way to do it is to go to a physician especially an ophthalmologist. An ophthalmologist studies the eye and he'll be able to tell you what the disorder is.


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