Dry eye

Hormonal changes are the main cause of dry eye syndrome, creating changes in the production of tears. For this reason, when there is not enough quality or quantity of tears, the use of contact lenses is not advisable, because this dryness of the eye surface causes the lens to lose its moisture and become stiffer. This would cause friction and irritation on the cornea, and may lead to small injuries (keratitis) or even ulcers (large injuries), which could generate infections with very serious and sometimes permanent consequences for your vision.

Dry eye syndrome can be treated in the following ways: Artificial tears, punctual plugs or anti-inflammatories.

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