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... you should go to an opthomologist while eye is flared up ask them to do a ultra violet light test ,involves a drop of med in eye and a black light. they can see if there is anything on the cornea which can be a viral infection. ... (1 replies)
Who to believe
Apr 1, 2008
... if it's possible that your eye was reshaped for long enough periods of time that your vision was ok. I'd expect the blurriness to be most obvious first thing in the morning. ... (1 replies)
... The best way to prevent eye infections is to wash your hands often. If you have any colored mucus coming out of your eyes, you can use a warm compress. ... (12 replies)

... is probably right, in that it will heal on it's own eventually. But still, I think you've been patient. 4 months is a long time. I don't think a virus in your eye should be left untreated for that long. The steroids won't make the healing process take any longer. Try calling back and and asking for the medication. ... (4 replies)
... Because of the gap since you last had pink eye, it sounds unrelated. It's a common condition and it's probably bad luck that you have it again :( However, you MUST throw out your lens cases when you have pink eye -- and I personally also throw out my solution as well (in case the tip of the bottle has come into contact with a lens, which is possible). I'd also go so far... (3 replies)
... my doctor numbs the eye and uses a forceps with an almost microscopic head and I don't even feel him touching me. ... (40 replies)
... I'm crying all the time. It seems to get worse when I'm in a closed room, like the bathroom or the theater. I also have red eyes and have been treated for both viral and bacterial infections since December. The watering started after treatment. ... (2 replies)
Will she be ok????
Aug 11, 2002
... First of all, there is usually no reason to wear a patch over the eye for a corneal abbrasion or ulcer. ... (4 replies)
... I got a hoot out of the eye patch ideas, Faith! I had already told Barb she's gonna have a pirate on her hands, and even said "Avast there, landlubber" to her at lunch! ... (323 replies)
... Flu, infections, viral diseases, etc, can cause a cranial nerve palsy. Sixth nerve palsy being the most common. It affects the eye muscles and can cause double vision. Usually, it resolves on its own. I don't know if that's what it is, that's just a possibility. You should see a doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Now on to my present circumstances. Saturday night, my wife cooked me a healthy meal with broth and green vegetables. The next morning, my eye felt almost normal again. I could move it in any direction without pain and without doubling of vision. ... (3 replies)
... biotic drop. Even if it is viral, that makes the eye more prone to bacterial infections, so you would still most likely need an anti biotic. ... (3 replies)
Optic Neuritis
Apr 29, 2003
... ar neuritis is a form of optic neuritis in which the optic nerve, which is at the back of the eye, becomes inflamed. The inflamed area is between the back of the eye and the brain. The optic nerve contains fibers that carry visual information from the nerve cells in the retina to the nerve cells in the brain. ... (26 replies)
... biotic drops, because even if it is a viral infection, your eye can become very susceptible to bacterial infections during that time. ... (10 replies)




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