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Comment from: Duffyg, 75 or over Female (Caregiver) Published: October 21

My 85-year-old wife was prescribed Restoril to aid in sleep. Within 3 days she started to experience dry eye syndrome which ultimately resulted in an abrasion of the eyeball requiring extensive treatment to heal. As soon as the Restoril was stopped the dry eye disappeared.

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