Thank you for the additional information.
Murine Plus (Tetrahydrozoline) is a vasoconstrictor that reduces the caliber of the blood vessels, thus alleviating 'red eyes
'. It is ok to temporary redness, but I would advise very limited of this medication. Long term use can cause your eyes to be used to the medicine and your eyes be even redder once you stop using the medication.Itchiness
is typical in ocular allergies. This is usally in both eyes but can be present in one eye only. Try to think of what you might have changed (eye makeup, laundry detergent to wash pillow cases, house plants). An over the counter antihistamine eye drop can be helpful with this ( such as Zatidor or Elestat). The foreign body sesation is a sign of irritation
. Regular over the counter artificial tears can help with that. Use these 4-6 times/day.
Xanthelasma are yellow plaques on the skin, commonly the eyelids. These are collections of lipid. Half of the people with these lesions have elevated blood lipids. So, it is recommended you get your lipid checked if you have not had it done recently. These aren't related to your current symptoms.
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