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Epiphora

(watery eyes)

Epiphora is a condition that causes the eyes to over-produce tears and water excessively. Often age-related, it is a common ailment in the elderly, and often accompanied with symptoms such as blurred vision, sensitivity to light, soreness, redness, bloodshot eyes, and swelling of the eyelids.

Other causes of epiphora are from injury to the eye or a foreign body irritating the eye; allergies (such as hay fever or allergic rhinitis); infections and inflammation; and obstruction of the tear duct. Treatment (which ranges from medication to surgery) depends on the cause of the epiphora.

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