Doctor Oz was asked by a woman, as part of his “Am I Normal?” segment, if it is normal that her eyes itch, and she rubs her eyes and then pulls out a very long white string of mucus. Dr. Oz’s shocking answer about a condition called Filamentary Keratitis (and a fast, easy cure for it!) is revealed on the next page!!!
Dr. Oz said that this is not normal but is called Filamentary Keratitis, which means you have dry eyes or allergies which cause your eyes to deposit a waste material below your eye, which is the stringy mucus in your eye. Basically, pulling the stringy mucus out of her eye is similar to a person popping a pimple.
Filamentary Keratitis Cure:
1. Saline Eye Drops
You can use Saline Eye Drops to help keep your eyes from itching and from getting dry.
2. Antihistamine Allergy Relief Tablets
You should use Antihistamine Allergy Relief Tablets to prevent your allergies from making your eyes irritated.
3. NAC (N-Acetyl-Cysteine)
NAC (N-Acetyl-Cysteine) is used by hospitals and is very useful in helping to breakup mucus.