Home > Health > Diseases
||

What Causes Weeping Eyes?

A weeping eye is a medical condition that may causes the eye to discharge. Causes of this discharge may include, pink eye, conjunctivitis, blepharitis, sticky eye or an eye lid condition. Symptoms may include watery eyes, eye pain or allergies. According to the National Institutes of Health, allergies and the common cold are common causes of watery eyes.
Similar Questions
Popular Questions
What Causes Eye Boogers?
Our eyes are protected by fluids that are always being formed. These help catch dust and debris that get into our eyes. When this sometimes gathers in the corners of our eyes, some people call them eye boogers.  www.ask.com
What Causes Eye Floaters?
The appearance of floaters varies from person to person, but most are described as looking like cobwebs, strings or gray or black specks. Most people notice them more on bright days or when looking at a light-colored wall or a sheet of white paper.  www.ehow.com
What is a weeping eye.
Weeping eye is discharge from one or both eyes. !  www.chacha.com
Partner Sites:  Hotels  |  ServiceMagic  |  Shoebuy  |  Ticketmaster
© 2014 IAC Search & Media