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Menopause and Eye Health | The North American Menopause Society, NAMS
http://www.menopause.org/for-women/menopauseflashes/women's-health-and-menopause/menopause-and-eye-health
Menopause and Eye Health | The North American Menopause Society, NAMS, of the eyes common after midlife and menopause include: Dry eye. After menopause, some women report chronically dry and scratchy eyes, often along with light sensitivity, blurred vision, increased tearing, or swollen or reddened eyelids—a condition called “chronic dry eye syndrome.” This condition can occur, , your eyesight may be slightly altered. Eye shape may also change slightly, making contact lenses, for dry eye. An expanding array of polymers, gels, and solutions for restoring the quality
Women’s Health FAQs | The North American Menopause Society, NAMS
http://www.menopause.org/for-women/expert-answers-to-frequently-asked-questions-about-menopause/women-s-health-and-menopause-faqs
or ketoconazole. My eyes itch and sometimes tear. How can this be treated? After menopause, some women report chronically dry and scratchy eyes, often along with light sensitivity, blurred vision, or swollen or reddened eyelids—a condition called chronic dry eye. Tearing can also be a symptom, because the eye produces more watery tears to compensate, although these tears don’t lubricate the eyes the way healthy tears do. Sometimes, the condition is caused by certain diseases
Menopause FAQs: Your Health After Menopause
http://www.menopause.org/for-women/menopause-faqs-your-health-after-menopause
or antidandruff shampoos containing zinc or ketoconazole. Q. My eyes itch and sometimes tear. Is this something that can be treated? A. After menopause, some women report chronically dry and scratchy eyes, often along with light sensitivity, blurred vision, or swollen or reddened eyelids—a condition called chronic dry eye. Tearing can also be a symptom, because the eye produces more watery tears to compensate, although these tears don’t lubricate the eyes the way healthy tears do. Sometimes
Chapter 2: Midlife Body Changes
http://www.menopause.org/publications/clinical-care-recommendations/chapter-2-midlife-body-changes
for managing hirsutism. (Level II) EYES Key Points One of the most common ocular complaints associated with menopause is dry eyes. Women report worse dry eye symptoms and more impact of these symptoms on daily life than do men. Effective treatments for dry eyes include topical, . (Level I) As menopausal HT increases the risk of dry eye symptoms, women on HT with bothersome dry, . Recommendations for Clinical Care Healthcare providers should ask midlife women about eye
Menopause Glossary, Menopause Resources | The North American Menopause Society, NAMS
http://www.menopause.org/for-women/menopause-glossary
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