Eye inflammation, irritation and watering is one of the side effects of Xeloda. The ideal treatments is to use anti-inflammatory or mild steroid eye drops after consulting an Ophthalmologist. But in the meantime, you can use lubricating eye drops (optive/refresh tears/systane) and decongestant eye drops like (naphacon-A/visine). These eye drops are available over the counter.
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Let me make somethings clear, only a qualified Ophthalmologist can give you the treatment advise that I provided and not 'anyone'. This is an online website. We are at a disadvantage of not being able to examine the patient first hand also, we can only advise treatment based on the drugs available over the counter. This is not a substitute for a first hand evaluation by doctor and writing prescription medicines.