Closed the path of tears. Tears keep coming out of one eye Blurry liquid gets in my eyes
Q: A woman in her late 40s. Currently, tears continue to come out from only one eye. Something like liquid keeps getting stuck in my eyes. I can’t go out, and my daily life is uncomfortable. I don’t know what this is. It’s not a cataract symptom, is it?
A: If you have tears in only one eye, you may suspect closing the tear path. Tears are connected to the nose and flow down. It can be narrowed or closed for several reasons.
Acute or chronic inflammation can lead to symptoms such as eye boogers and pain.
If you have inflammation, you will be given medication first. Depending on the degree, surgical treatments such as eye drops, tear dilatation, and nasal cystic anastomosis are sometimes performed. Visit a nearby ophthalmologist for an accurate diagnosis.