Yes, rosacea spread from nose to the whole T zone and your lower eyelids. The inflammation or acne-like bumps around eyes result in ocular rosacea. The symptoms of ocular rosacea include bloodshot eyes, dry eyes, watery eyes, constant sties, swollen eyes, blurred vision and sensitivity to light.
The side effects of rosacea are:
First of all, the red bumps make us look awful like wicked witches from middle age.
Secondly, skin problem bring us discomfort like itchiness, pain and tenderness.
Lastly, serious irritation of ocular rosacea can lead to blindness.
Yes, it is possible to get watery eyes from rosacea because of the interlinked nerves between nose and eyes. Once you get rosacea, your eyes nerves will get affected to some degree. You may find that your eyes may be watery because of the affected bacterium. You need to use some eye drops to release the symptom. At the same time, you could also use the warm compress to make your eyes get comfortable.
Yes, it is very possible that rosacea can lead to the watery eyes. Rosacea, in fifty percent of all the cases, can cause the symptoms of eye infection except for the symptoms of facial skin infection. Generally speaking, rosacea affects on the eyes in the way of microorganism infection, such as helicobacter pylori infection. And also vermiform mite, staphylococcus as well as propionibacteria can release lipase and exotocin-mediated delayed type hypersensitivity, which will lead to eye rosacea. The affection of rosacea on the eyes usually present as feeing foreign onjects, eye burning, red eyes, and tears flowing. In addition, the eyes infected with rosacea will get bilateral pachyblepharosis with some squama on the surface of the eyelashes and eyelids, and there will be congestion in the conjunctiva, as well as the expansion of bulbar conjunctiva and corneal pathological changes. The patients should avoid too much sunniness, and do not eat spicy foods. Take in much vitamins from vegetables and fruits, drink much water and take good rest.