My mother is highly diabetic and is not able to see very clearly. Could it be the onset of glaucoma?
A patient may have watery eyes for several reasons:
-Excessive tearing due to inflammation or irritation
-Poor drainage of tears due to obstruction or poor lid apposition to the eye
I suggest you seek help from a subspecialist in oculo plastics.
On the other hand, if you are allergic to Res., it may make your eye redder when you restart it.
your iris color (mostly in hazel or light brown eyes}. It may make the whites of your eyes red, but this effect usually improves with time. If redness persists, it may indicate an allergic reaction, especially if itching accompanies the redness.
1. Poorly fitting lenses, usually too 'Tight'
2 Allergy to contact lens storage solution - usually burns on insertion of lenses also