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First, may I sense are you having this problem. And second, I'm answering your question as an ophthalmologist. You are probably aware that our eyes drain away the tears through the nasal lacrimal duct. Problems with sinuses, the nose and throat can all create situations where the drainage from the eye is blocked. So to answer your question" How come it affects the eye too?"...., it is certainly possible that you have a nasal lacrimal duct obstruction. For this reason it would be prudent for you to make an appointment with an ophthalmologist who can easily do a simple office, irrigation to insure that your lacrimal duct is either open, or if it is blocked, He can treat you for it. Does this make sense?
Sorry, that first sentence sounded pretty weird. But I was trying to say is that I was sorry you were having the problem with your eye.
Does that require surgery?
No, the irrigation is a simple, in the office procedure to flush a small amount of saline for your lacrimal drainage system.
Is there anything else I could answer for you?
So it goes into eye?
No, not directly into the eye. It goes into that little tiny opening on your eyelid near your nose.
You bet, best wishes.