Eyes started randomly burning ??

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Hello everybody!

I went on a vacation to hawaii last week and this was when the eye burning started. during this trip i forgot  to bring my glasses as my eyes have strabismus. Once we went into a store in Hawaii, this was the first time my eyes started burning and it felt like something was stuck inside of it. After about 3 minutes it subsided, however the days afterwards my eyes would start burning at random times and random levels of pain. i thought it could be my sunscreen getting in my eyes, but i doubt that is the cause, as i apply it a good distance away from my eyes. Then i thought it was because of the weather in Hawaii, but now that im back in California, it still burns randomly for about 20 seconds. my eyes start to water and my nose sometimes starts getting runny. i dont know if this is allegies or dry eyes or another problem. i did not have this problem before i went to hawaii. Please advise!! any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    May be a slight sunburn on the eyes(yes, this can happen) I had that happen to me after a vacation to a beach house, It could just be dry eye though, also allergies. I can't tell you exactly, my research in inconclusive. If this continues for another 2 weeks or so, I suggest you talk to a eye doctor.

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    May be a little sunburn on the eyes(maybe is this possible for). I can't tell you exactly, my research in inconclusive. It was because of the weather in Hawaii. Long hours in the sun expose unprotected eyes to dangerous UVA and UVB rays and can cause sunburned eyes. If you've spent several hours in the sun and your eyes are watering, itchy, sensitive to light, or dry and gritty, it's likely you have sunburned eyes. Sunburned eyes aren't just irritating. If this continues for another 10days or so, I suggest you talk to an eye doctor.

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