A 32-year-old female asked:
My 3 yo daughter is experiencing red eyes (side: both eyes), itchy eyes, sensation of something in eye, watery eyes, and eye irritation. she not experiencing allergic reaction, sneezing, eye pain, light sensitivity, runny nose, or nasal congestion.
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Pediatrics 35 years experience
Doctor can examine: Eye irritation can be from allergies to pollens and other allergens, or from irritants like wind or chemicals. Some people have blepharitis, an infection of the lids' edges. Conjunctivitis can be a viral or bacterial infection of the inner surface of the lids and outer surface of the eyeballs. Some people have sensitive skin on the lids, called eyelid eczema, that can lead to lids and eye redness.
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Last updated Oct 27, 2019
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