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Dry mouth is not constant for me. I do, however, recall when it has happened not being able to ‘chase it away’ with fluids. I thought it quite strange that it couldn’t be alleviated by copious amounts of fluids (especially water). I’ve also used Gatorade and Pedialyte to hydrate. Again, this is not constant for me and only at times.
Dry nose, again, happens at times and is enough to cause nose bleeds. Not consistently dry (IMO) though.
Dry eyes. YES! During eye exam I was told that I had Dry Eye. I was told that it could be more problematic than its name, dry eye. My examiner told me that she had it and it could be a bit rough at times. I assumed the random and intense (sometimes) stabbing pains in my eyes were from having dry eye? I’ve had petechial hemorrhaging in my eyes before (awhile ago). I, now, notice that sometimes after the stabbing pains, there are visible veins in the whites of my eyes. They don’t have the same appearance of ‘dots’ like the petechial hemorrhaging but are a full and well defined vein(s) lingering at the surface.
Of course, my poor brain cannot even begin to factor this in with everything else. I’ve just sorta ignored this as best I can. I’m certain that the struggle to find a doctor to help me with it (or to help me figure it out) would be too much for me to take on anyway.