Ask the Doctor: Watery Eyes

Watery eyes are usually caused when your eye's natural drainage system becomes clogged.

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Q. Why do my eyes water so much, and what can I do about it?
A. Normally, your tears drain through tiny tear ducts extending from the eye into the nose.

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