my dry eye
my dry eye

MyDryEye is a free health app designed by patients with Dry Eye Disease, for patients with Dry Eye Disease. It aims to support patients with simple:

  • Signing up
  • Symptom monitoring 1,2

  • Risk factor analysis 3-5

  • Adding of treatments and reminders
  • Tracking of treatments
my dry eye

MyDryEye offers:

  • Validated tests from scientific research 1-5
  • You to contribute (anonymously) to improve real-world understanding of how best to manage dry eye disease
  • A personalised approach to supporting dry eye management

Please note: The app is currently only available to users in the UK and Ireland.

my dry eye
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  1. Pult H, Wolffsohn JS. (2019) The development and evaluation of the new Ocular Surface Disease Index-6. Ocular Surface. 17, 817-821.
  2. Wolffsohn JS, Craig JP, Vidal-Rohr M†, Trave Huarte S†, Ah-Kit L, Wang M. (2018) Blink Test enhances ability to screen for dry eye disease. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye. 41, 421-425.
  3. Vidal-Rohr M, Craig JP, Davies LN, Wolffsohn JS. (2023) The epidemiology of dry eye disease in the UK: The Aston Dry Eye Study. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye 46, 101837.
  4. Wang MTM, Muntz A, Mamidi B, Wolffsohn JS, Craig JP. (2021) Modifiable lifestyle risk factors for dry eye disease. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye 44, 101409.
  5. Wolffsohn JS, Wang MTM, Vidal-Rohr M, Menduni F, Dhallu S, Ipek T, Acar D, Recchioni A, France A, Kingsnorth A, Craig JP. (2021) Demographic and lifestyle risk factors of dry eye disease subtypes: a cross-sectional study. Ocular Surface 21, 58-63.