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Blood serum drops
« on: March 17, 2016, 02:25:36 pm »
Hi everyone. I just recently had a plug put in my tear duct and my eye feels slightly better. My eye is not paralyzed but it is fully numb so I still have a problem with dry eye. My cornea specialist is recommending I try blood serum drops, has anyone seen good results with these drops. I have constant discomfort and the plugs offered slight relief, I'm hoping maybe the blood serum drops will do the trick.

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Re: Blood serum drops
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2016, 03:14:29 pm »

I know there is one other person that has been using the blood serum drops, believe he goes by Badyellowvette.  Check out his posts.  Have you tried the scleral lens?  Check out the threads about the lens in eye issues.  Best get back to work, lunch is over.  Jill
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Re: Blood serum drops
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2016, 08:36:24 am »
The blood serum drops work great for me. Here is a reply I recently posted about my experience.

I had my AN in 85 and a recurrence in 93.  My eye seems to be getting worst with age. I have had the lower lid lift, 5-6 gold weights in and out of my upper lid and now have two with a total of 3 g. I can't wear the Sclera lens for some reason.
But two things that have helped me over the past year. First was having both my tear ducts plugged. I have had the upper one plugged for some time now but the lower one was plugged a year ago. Now my eye waters sometime. Second best thing I did was have the blood serum eye drops made. It is just amazing how much they help. When I don't have them I am using the Natural Tears on the average 1-2 times an hour. With the Blood drops it's 4-5 times a day. Even when my eye waters, like it does now with the tear duct plugs the quality of the tears that is produced isn't as good as the blood drops, according to my DR.   
I can't stop doing what I do because of my severe dry eye (I work outside and ride Motorcycle) so over the past 31 years I am always looking for something better to help with my eye.
It's sometimes hard to find someone to make the blood serum drops and they are not cheap, but what a difference. I have to drive3 1/2 hours one way to get mine at a price of $200 for a 15 week supply and I don't get there as regularly as I should. Good luck finding help with your dry eye, I feel your pain. Jim
Small orange size AN removed 5-15-1985
Tarsarophy done 5-19-1985
Thumbnail size AN removed 4-18-1993
Tarsarophy removed and 1.6g gold weight added 7-22-1993
From 7-26-01 to 2-25-2013 five more surgery's on eyelid with now 3g of gold weight