i am suffering from "BLEPHARITIS"

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i am suffering from "BLEPHARITIS" for d last 4-5 years. doctor says to me that this infection will never ends but we can only control it. tell me frnds. will my Eyes ever improve from this infection?????

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    I have had blepharitis also for 4 or 5 years and I have had it under control for the last 2 years. You have to keep reading what works for others and keep trying these things until you find what will work for you. 

    There is no doubt about it.... Blepharitis sucks.... but don't let it ruin your life.

    For me what works are wipes 3 times a day and when necessary I do it as many more times as required. I never leave home without my wipes. The ingredient Benzathonium Chloride is what works for me.


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    i was used "neosporin h" ointment

    but now this medicine will closed here in my city.

    now what can i do please help mee?

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      Neosporin did not work for me.....One doctor recommended Bycitration ointment. I am trying many different things. Nothing works, as the doctors have told us, there is no cure!! Once in a while it will go away, but it always comes back within a few weeks or a month.  You think you are rid of it, but it returns..
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    In what country do you live?

    I am surprised that Neosporin works for you. That goes to prove that what works for one person, doesnt necessarily work for someone else.

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    Benzethonium Chloride in an ingredient found in certain wipes. Depending on the country that you live in, you may find that ingredient in a number of different wipes. Many of the people on this site are using Wet Ones which are wipes that contain Benzethonium Chloride. For me, I am Canadian and therefore I have access to Merida cleansing wipes... which work well to sooth my hitchy eyelids.

    I wish I could help you more, but until you find what works for you, keep doing hot compresses as often as required.

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