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    Primrose oil (as a supplement) is supposed to help humans with very dry eyes. Perhaps it would be worth trying in the meantime?

    He has all my sympathy. I have very dry eyes myself and when they are bad it's horrible. Your eyes feel like someone has rubbed them with sandpaper and they're on fire. Rex may also appreciate a cloth soaked in cold water over his eyes from time to time - it helps with the burning sensation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_T View Post
    Primrose oil (as a supplement) is supposed to help humans with very dry eyes. Perhaps it would be worth trying in the meantime?

    He has all my sympathy. I have very dry eyes myself and when they are bad it's horrible. Your eyes feel like someone has rubbed them with sandpaper and they're on fire. Rex may also appreciate a cloth soaked in cold water over his eyes from time to time - it helps with the burning sensation.
    Thanks Lisa, the specialist said its like having Sand in your eyes. I'll try the evening primrose oil, I really appreciate all the help here.

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