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Blepharoconjuctivitis is a lid condition that cause subsequent inflamation of the conjunctiva and in some case the cornea. Blepharitis is typically due to staphylococcal organism. Most patient with this complain of burning, tearing and have redness of the lid margins. Some patients also have acne rosacea and this must be treated as well. Treatment for this is oral doxycycline 100mg twice daily, lid hygeine, topical tobradex 4 x daily, probiotic foods, warm compresses. Most patients note some improvement but keep in mind this is a chronic condition that will require long term treatment. My concern is that green eye discharge and worsening of symptoms. I would step back and ensure that you are being treated for the right diagnosis. You may have bacterial conjuctivitis that would need cultures and other types of antibiotics for improvement. You should go see your ophthalmologist again or get a second opinion. It seems you've been doing everything you can to treat your condition but feel you should have another examination to make sure.