Watery eyes Overview

Watery eyes are the result of excessive tear production (epiphora), poor eye drainage, or both. This may lead to an overflow of tears onto the cheeks. Common causes include viral infections (e.g. watery eyes with runny nose), allergies, foreign substance in the eye (e.g. sand), or other causes.

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