Does the pain occur at any particular time or is it constant?
Do you wear contact lenses or glasses?
Do you do computer work?
How old are you?
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Thank you for the extra detail. The pain is worse in the morning because they are not blinking and lubricating as they are closed while you sleep. The Lacrilube is a very good choice for you since this is the initial treatment that is used. Since you still have the problem you should be seen by an ophthalmologist as soon as possible. You want to be sure that you do not have any erosion of your cornea from the dryness. Please know that antihistamines have a drying effect and might make matters worse for you. Dryness of the eye would compound the problem, only making matters worse. Working at the computer alot can cause eye strain and sometimes there is a sensitivity to light (however, you did not mention that to be a problem).
PS. what do you mean by 'streaming eyes'?
Thank you and I wish you well!