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With the recent disclosure that some blepth group members have found great relief of their symptoms by the use of antihistimines , is it possible that many posterior blepth cases could have been wrongly diagnosed and in fact the sufferers in fact had/have a chronic dry eye problem MGD? How or why could an antihistimine stop blepth if blepth is a nasty bacterial infection ? It's great that it is giving so much and near instant relief to some sufferers , but could it be that they are in fact allegy sufferers and if so could allegy testing help prove the point ?
What do you think ? Should posterior blepth sufferers have allegy tests to help dtermine their course of treatment ?
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