to me it sounds like you have chronic uveitis which might benefit from NSAID therapy IF it isn't related to a pathogen.
often prescription strength Oral NSAIDs can help conquer chronic iritis. often Celebrex, Difusinal, Naprosyn, Idomethacin SR are used for about six months to see if they can help. if not, then one moves on to DMARD drugs used to stop the attack on the eyes by the immune system. have you been tested for common causes of iritis such as the HLA B27 gene? do you have any underlying forms of arthritis, skin rashes, Gastro Intestinal problems? any neurological or vascular problems?
chronic iritis is serious stuff. are you under the care of an Uveitis specialist? Dr Levinson is such a specialist in UCLA.
Dr Rao is one at Doheney eye institute in LA. they may be able to figure out WHY your uveitis is chonic.
Contact information for these doctors can be found at http://www.uveitis.org
in the PATIENT information section of the site.
Sadly I know of no one in San Diego.
wish you the best,