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Thursday, March 21, 2013

DRYNESS INCREASES IN FEMALES WEARING CONTACT LENSES AND TAKING ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES

This study in the Journal of Cornea and External Disease concluded:

Tear osmolarity was not affected by oral contraception use or contact lens use in young women. However, the combination of oral contraceptive use and contact lens wear may increase the severity of dry eye symptoms.

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