Sjogren's Syndrome Treatment
Treatment for Sjogren's syndrome may include eye drops, medications that reduce dryness, and strong anti-inflammatory medications. Mild symptoms of Sjogren's syndrome may be treated with nonprescription eyedrops and frequent sips of water.
Treatment for Sjogren's syndrome may include:
- Eye lubricants:
- Artificial saliva:
- Lubricant that helps keep the mouth moist
- Medications that reduce dryness:
- Moisturizers for dry skin
- Vaginal lubricants for vaginal dryness:
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications:
- Medications that reduce inflammation in Sjogren's disease:
- A procedure can be done to seal the tear ducts that drain tears from your eyes.
Sjogren's Syndrome Specialist
Physicians from the following specialties evaluate and treat Sjogren's syndrome:
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