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Dry eye syndrome, or keratoconjunctivitis, is twice as common in people with diabetes. Do you have dry eye issues?
Yes, but I just use over the counter eye drops.
 
Yes, and I've talked to my eye doctor or diabetes educator about it.
 
No, my eyes are wet and wild.
 
Not Sure.
 

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