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I have yellow sclera, red veins and dry eyes do not have jaundice bilirubin level is also ok. How can I get white sclera permanently. Is there any supplement or surgery for this.

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Homemade eye washes are the best way to relax your eyes, prevent ailments and even cure them without any medical intervention. They can help you get rid of everyday eye issues such as tiredness, irritation, strain and pollution, leaving your eyes refreshed. Eye washes also sooth eyes during infections and ailments like pink eyes. To apply the eye wash, you can use an eye dropper or fill a small cup with the eye wash and place it over your eye as you blink. Here are some simple recipes for eye washes: saline eye wash you will need: 1 cup distilled water and 1 tsp salt. This truly simple eye wash can be made by mixing together distilled water and salt. This saline eye wash can be used safely several times a day. Green tea eye wash you will need: 1 cup brewed green tea and ½ cup distilled (or boiled) water. Mix and make a solution. Use as other eye washes. There are things that you must keep in mind when using eye washes. Make sure there is no contamination and always use clean utensils and boiled or distilled water. Though eye washes are safe and recommended by ophthalmologists, in case of any serious eye problems do not use them without a doctor’s consultation.
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