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i have a 8 month old beardy that ive owned for about a month now, when i first got her i noticed that her left eye was a bit watery. I cleaned the eye with sterile water and put her into her viv , the next next day the eye was stuck closed. I took her to the vets and she was given antibiotic eye drops and lubricant to be used twice daily for 7 days , i did this but the eye stayed the same so the vet gave me another type of eye drops but its still sticky and has to be cleaned twice a day or she cant open it.
Has anyone known this before??
 

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Im not sure if this is the same but my beardie began to get watery eyes never to the point that they were stuck but still each had a watery haze over them, after a vet check they told me the most likely reason was a vitimin A deficiency and the best way to romove this was to increase the amount of grated carrot into their veg dish to three to four times a week along with all the other veg obv. and within a few weeks it all cleared. could give that ago it worked well for me.
 

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Im not sure if this is the same but my beardie began to get watery eyes never to the point that they were stuck but still each had a watery haze over them, after a vet check they told me the most likely reason was a vitimin A deficiency and the best way to romove this was to increase the amount of grated carrot into their veg dish to three to four times a week along with all the other veg obv. and within a few weeks it all cleared. could give that ago it worked well for me.

thanks will try this
 
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