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Hi, I am 35 yrs old and am suffering from sneezing and nasal discharge since last 10 years, I have got my allergic check up and according to report I have dust allergy. I have started immunotherapy treatment and currently using m3 oral drops, but I have problem in teeth, I have cavities and sensitivity due to which I feel that my eye lids are stuck to each other. And I cant tolerate bright lights like computer, sun, mobile etc. Whats the connection between teeth and eyes? or is it because of nasal discharge that my eyes are affected? please advice. Thanks

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There is absolutely no connection between eyes and teeth.
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There is no direct connection with eyes, sticky eyes hint at some infection or irritation, because of allergic rhinitis the whole face may feel stuffy, for eyes contact a opthelmologist.
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