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Doctor insights on: Colloidal Silver For Conjunctivitis

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Is it good to use colloidal silver for pink eye?

Is it good to use colloidal silver for pink eye?

No: There are much better things to use for pink eye. Antibiotics, although colloidal silver may have antibacterial properties. It is still preferable to use antibiotic drops! ...Read more

Dr. Jon Fishburn
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Conjunctivitis (Definition)

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the thin mucous membrane that lines the front surface of the eyeball and the inside of the eyelids. As the inflammation increases, it causes the tiny blood vessels in the conjunctiva to dilate, thus leading to a redness of the eye. Depending on the cause of the conjunctitis there can also be itching, irritation, and discharge ...Read more


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What are the signs of conjunctivitis due to exposure to s. epidermidis in class?

What are the signs of conjunctivitis due to exposure to s. epidermidis in class?

Redness, discharge: The symptoms may include: redness, discharge, crusting, pain or discomfort, sometimes there's increased sensitivity to light and mild blurry vision. ...Read more

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How to know if I have gotten conjunctivitis from exposure to s. Epidermidis in class?

How to know if I have gotten conjunctivitis from exposure to s. Epidermidis in class?

Culture: If you really want to know the exact germ that caused the symptoms, you need to see your doctor who may perform a bacterial culture, if he/she agrees that that it will be beneficial. ...Read more

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Can i get conjunctivitis from my cat?

Can i get conjunctivitis from my cat?

Zoonotic Infection: Numerous bacterial and chlamydial species can infect alternative hosts. Most important for women of child-bearing age is toxoplasma gondii, a common protozoal infection of cats that can cause congential defects in a fetus (see torch syndrome). Pregnant women should never clean the cat box! congenital infections can cause primary vision loss or recur later in life leading to chorioretinal scarring. ...Read more

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How can I cure conjunctivitis quickly?

Conjunctivitis: Is a self limited infection, antibiotic eye drops are given to shorten the course. Good hygeine, washing hands can prevent its spread. ...Read more

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Who is most at risk for conjunctivitis?

Who is most at risk for conjunctivitis?

Children: Viral conjunctivitis is spread by contact, not through the air like a common cold. Hands touching the infected eye, for instance, may open a door, leaving the virus on the knob for the next guy to get it on his hands. Children spread this condition readily because they are frequently in physical contact in playing. They lack the social barriers that adults have. ...Read more

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How can I quickly clear conjunctivitis?

How can I quickly clear conjunctivitis?

Eye drops: Quickest way is with antibiotics eye drops. You need a visit for that. Other things that can help: colloidal silver rinse., homeopathic pulsatilla, air tea (www.Franzcenter.Com). Quickest: antibiotic eye drops. ...Read more

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How does conjunctivitis usually progress?

Conjunctivitis: Typical pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, in adults lasts for 2-4 weeks. During this time, the eye may be red, puffy, uncomfortable, and very watery. Both eyes may be involved, and the vision may blur. Use artificial tears and cold compresses for some relief. Do not rub the eyes, and wash everything you touch with lysol wipes, since this condition is highly contagious from contact. ...Read more

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What can someone do about conjunctivitis?

What can someone do about conjunctivitis?

Depends: Depends if Viral conjunctivitis (takes 2-3wks to resolve usually; can use cold compresses, cold non-preserved artificial tears; some eyeMDs Rx a steroid drop if severe though this can increase the shedding of virus) or Bacterial (need antibiotic if severe; if usual bacteria of body: diluted tea tree oil helps) or Allergic: see eyedoc2020@blogspot.com for more info. ...Read more