Eyes discharge: causes and treatment.

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Eyes mucus is a mixture of mucus, fat, skin cells, and other debris that accumulates in the corner of your eye while you sleep. It can be wet and sticky or dry, depending on how much liquid in the eye has evaporat.

Eye dust has a duty to help protect. Removes potentially harmful waste and debris from the tear film and front surface of your eye.

Your eyes produce mucus throughout the day, but a thin film of tears covers your eyes when you blink. It will dislodge the eye dust before it hardens in the eye.

When you sleep – and don’t blink – eyelid accumulates and hardens at the corners of your eyes and sometimes at the lash line. and is the origin of the word “Khi Ta”. Report by UFABET

It’s normal to have some eye discharge when you wake up. But if there is too much eye dust Especially green or yellow in color and associated with blurred vision, light sensitivity , or eye pain, it may indicate a serious eye infection or eye disease and should be examine by an eye care professional immediately.


Accumulation of mucous membranes in the eye, skin cells, oil, and dust causes eye fluid to form. This is the body’s natural mechanism to help protect the eyes and remove debris from the eyes that could be harmful. But having too much eyelid is It can happen for many reasons such as:

  • The tear duct is block. Newborns have small tear ducts which are easily block. This causes an accumulation of white or yellow eye discharge. and may resemble pus. However, excessive eye discharge in infants may not be a sign of infection if the eye is not accompanied by redness.
  • Red eyes or conjunctivitis  This condition can cause large amounts of white, green, or yellow eye discharge. And eye discharge may appear thick and sticky or stick to the eyelids, making it difficult to open the eyes. The patient may have red eyes or conjunctivitis in only one eye.
  • Eye stye is cause by infection. Bacteria in the sebaceous glands under the eyelids This results in small bumps inside or outside the eyelid. This can cause a lot of eye fluid and painful pustules to form.
  • Corneal ulceration Corneal ulcers can cause corneal infection and inflammation. This causes eye fluid to flow out into sticky mucus all the time along with eye pain. And if left untreated, it can lead to blindness.
  • Contact lenses. Wearing contact lenses can also cause a lot of eye discharge. Especially if you wear old contact lenses or have an allergic reaction to certain ingredients in contact lens cleaning solution such as thimerosal, etc. Which can cause eye irritation, eye discharge, and red eyes.


Having a lot of eye fluid in the morning is normal and does not need treatment. But if there is a lot of eye fluid due to illness or infection. Treatment must be done according to the cause found. Which is a way to treat the symptoms of a lot of eye dust. Do as follows:

  • Use artificial tears. Your doctor may recommend them. artificial tears eye drops To treat allergies and dry eyes.
  • Take antibiotics In cases where excessive eye discharge is caused by a bacterial infection Your doctor may prescribe antibiotics in the form of eye drops or eye drops. To treat infection Reduce. complications and reduce the chance of spreading the virus to others.
  • Avoid touching eyes. You should avoid touching or rubbing your eyes. If using eye drops, wash your hands thoroughly first every time.
  • Wear glasses.  You should wear glasses instead of contact lenses. Until the symptoms of excessive eye discharge improve.
  • Hot compress: Use a cloth soaked in warm water and place it on the eyelid. To help relieve pain from eye health problems.