My personal blepharitis cure!!!!!

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Try fluticasone nasal spray!! Has anyone used nasal allergy sprays?! I've had blepharitis for about 7 months now. Tried wet ones, shampoo in my eyes, steroid shots, steroid creams, etc. These all worked temporarily. Decided one day to try a nasal spray after seeing an ad for allergies. I bought the at rite aid and after 3 days my eyes are starting to feel normal!!! It kinda makes sense to treat your eyes through your nose since they all all connected. Today is day 3 and I have only had to use wet ones once and some eyes drops. Other than that my eyes are FINALLY starting to feel normal! I wanted to tell someone! Maybe someone here can try it and let me know if it helped at all?? I really hope it works for someone!!!

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  • Posted

    Hi Victoria which brand of nasal spray was this???? Thanks for posting!
  • Posted

    I think the website is sensoring the brand name. I just bought an over the counter fluticasone nasal allergy spray.

    Today is day 4 and I feel pretty good. I still need to use eye drops as needed. I have not used wet ones yet today (I was wiping my eyes 2 to 4 times a day before). I washed my face regularly this morning and applied steroid cream on the corners of my eyes. I went outside and was not affected by the wind like I normally would be. My eyes still feel slightly congested but not as they were before. I would say I feel 90% better which is significant.

  • Posted

    Hi Veronica just ordered a nasal spray I think sounds the same, 

    what were your symptoms like previously? I just wanna compare see if we're treating the same type of problems,

    thanks again!

    • Posted

      It first started with dry eye about 7 months ago. My eyes started to feel really red, itchy, puffy and congested during the day. It always felt like there was dirt or something in my eye. I would clean it and then hours later I would feel the grittiness again and would have to clean my eyes again. Couldn't be outside because I was sensitive to the slightest breeze and sunlight. At night they would get crusty to the point where I couldn't open my eyes and they were so itchy. I would get up twice a night to wash my eyes. The doctors just prescribed steroid shots, creams and eye drops. They worked for about a few weeks and then my symptoms came back.

      I found the wet ones solution. This was what worked best for me. My eyes felt much better after using red wet ones a few times a day and a few times a night. Though I was still run down by the routine. I'd still wake up with itchy, very puffy, red crusty eyes. It gets especially bad if I forgot to use a wet one wipe. Been on the wet ones wipes routine for about 2 months. I felt better but it never completely went away.

      After 5 days on nasal allergy spray I woke up this morning with regular eyes. Didn't have to run to the sink to rinse my eyes before I greeted my children. Didn't have crust. I open my eyes normally! They are still slightly itchy but I think it's due to my eyes being so damaged at the corners. I'm applying steroid creams to the corners still. I use antihistamine drops before I head outside. I bring wet ones with me in my bag but have only had to use them once when I felt my eyes start to water just a little from being outside for hours.

      Let me know if this also works for you!

    • Posted

      Sounds very similar to me! My nasal spray should be coming at the end of this month I'll update how it goes!

  • Posted


    Because you have allergic belpharit.

    I have same problem.if you use patanol drop get good result too.also cholophenramine help but make you drowsy and sleepy.

    One important thing cure my allergic belpharit and dryeye : took regulay "evening primrose oil"

    You can test this.much help.

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