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No treatment needed: If by eye cold you mean a viral infection of the eye called viral conjunctivitis.It does not require any treatment and is self limiting but if there is bacterial infection or severe conjunctivitis called by adeno virus or herpes zoster virus than you need treatment with antibiotics, viral or bacterial. ...Read more
Will ciprofloxacin, in eye drop form, effect my implanon? I have an "eye cold" and am on eye drop anitbiotics.
Pink eye is usually due to a bacterial infection, the lids get mattery, crusty, and stuck shut.
Allergies make the surface of the eye red and produce a clear watery discharge, and is usually associated with some itching, and if you rub the eye you can get it secondarily infected and end up with a pink eye condition in addition. A cold is associated with a clear discharge and it can be infected. ...Read more
I put an acne cream that included Salicylic acid and some came into my eye by accident. I rinsed my eye with cold water. Should I do anything else?
My mother eyes is getting red & headche on the aame side for last 3 month doctor says its eye infection tried eye drops & cold pack but no use?
Get reevaluated: Sometimes a diagnosis of a problem takes time to figure out. If the initial evaluation and treatment is not effectively helping your mother, then call to make an appointment to have her reexamined. She may have intraocular inflammation that requires different treatment. It would also explain the headache. Also, it's important to make certain that something more serious is the cause of th symptoms. ...Read more
Soothing eyedrops: I am guessing that you have what some term a cold in the eye or conjunctivitis. Usually this is a viral condition which is self limited. If the vision is fine, there is minimal pain, and no actual pus, then you can wait it out. Lubricating over the counter eyedrops will help keep it clean and comfortable. If it persists more than a week, see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Infection: Your body reacts to certain situations by creating mucus. Green or yellow mucus indicates bacterial infection. Clear thin, discharge with infection is caused by a virus. Thick white or clear discharge is usually due to allergy. There are lymph nodes and raised areas inside the lids called papillae and follicles that help the eye md determine the exact cause. Rinsing eyes helps, sometimes drops nec. ...Read more
Since a while I have an odd sensation in my left eye. It feels cold, as if wind was blowing into it, sometimes also as if there's pressure on it.?
Germany has..: ..one of the best health care systems in the world (better in general than the U.S.). You need to take advantage of it. Bitte! Any abnormal sensation of the eye or even the area around it needs to be evaluated. Treatment depends on the cause. It may be something minor, but, when it comes to potentially serious problems, the eyes have it. ...Read more
A little bit: The caffeine in tea bags may produce a small amount of vasoconstriction which will help improve dark circles under the eyes. There are other topical products which will probably be more effective. For more severe bulging under the eyes, blepharoplasty is a effective long term solution. Seek a qualified facial plastic surgeon for specific recommendations. ...Read more
On the lid: It may not be necessary to rush to the er...If a cold sore is near the mucous membranes of the eyes then it pays to see the eye doctor as soon as possible. And do not rub the eye! Rubbing is way gets the infection into the eye and then that is a mess. ...Read more
See eye doctor: Many times virus affect the eyes. Even after the virus seems resolved, your immune system can still be fighting the bad guy even though the bad guy is not around. Like the cops still shooting bullets that hit and damage the surroundings even though the thief is gone. Same with your eye. The immune system can still be fighting the virus and damaging the eye so see doc for evaluation. ...Read more
I scratched my inner eyelid I bled one tear then rinsed my eye out with cold water my eye hurts very little and its a little swollen what do I do?
Diabetic...I have had flu, earaches (2), pink eye and now cold! Why I keep getting sick one after another? What can I do to get better again? 4weeks!
Yellow eye discharge: Yellow eye discharge is not necessarily pus caused by infection. An example is babies with plugged tear ducts. The whitish yellowish discharge is an accumulation of surface eye and lid cells that are washed out by tears. Other than that, thick yellowish greenish discharge is usually caused by bacterial infection but, occasionally, when caused by viruses. ...Read more
Have sore throat, cold, eye irritation. Palm is alone hot. Tired n have head ache. But have no fever. What is the prob?
Cannot diagnose: Sounds as if you may have a viral illness, but without seeing and examining you, impossible to be specific. See a doctor and hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Eye: If he has a cold as well, he may have pink eye or conjunctivitis, may of which are viral so antibiotic drops are not necessary. Try a warm (not hot) compress or towel clear away the crust a few times a day. If it doesn't resolve within a few days or he gets a fever or more irritable, go see your doctor for an exam. ...Read more
Watched quite a bit of tv today, now hurts to look around only in right eye, also have slight cold?
Use artificial tears: Staring at the TV dried eyes out. Best to use moisturizing tears. ...Read more
Why do I wake up during the night choking and unable to take a breath? It makes me teary eyed as well. No cold or symptoms. Also neg sleep study.
Sleep apnea: Sleep apnea might be a cause or symptom. A disruption in the sleep process is the problem but obstruvction of the airway and thus reduced levels of oxygen the long term consequence. A medical evaluation is needed and possibly a sleep study to monitor breathing, heart rate and rythm, brain waves tobrule out seizure activity and levels of blood oxygen. Get this done and feel more refreshed in am. ...Read more
Recently developed a hooded eye after having a cold, while the other is normal. Some eye discomfort but nothing to the extreme. What could this be?
Hooded eye: This hooded eye may be from sinus infection. You should see your dr. You need a good check up. ...Read more
Eye floaters: The cause of the cold symptoms could also be associated with causing inflammation in your eyes. Most floaters are not a concern, but some require treatment. Its best to check in with an eye doctor for a dilated exam, especially if there is any decreased vision, pain, redness or flashing lights. Good luck. ...Read more
See a neurologist: You should see a neurologist for these symptoms. ...Read more
I'm gonna go 2 doc as soon as I can. But in the meantime, HELP. I accidentally got nail glue inside my eye. I flushed w/cold water, what else?
Sorry about that!: Nail glue is basically a form of Super Glue or Crazy Glue and, as you know it hardens & bonds very quickly. Application of vegetable oil may soften the glue and isn't an eye irritant. However, the oil may interfere with the doctor's ability to manipulate the eye lid & assess damage to your eye, so it's best that someone drive you to the doc ASAP! Dr. Anne ...Read more
I have a 3-4 day black eye. I was doing cold and hot application on the eye So it can heal faster. Saw a ER doc on my 4th day and she said no point.?
Use logic: I am going to assume that the eye underneath is untouched and sees well - so the only problem is the skin around the eye. The usual rule for a contusion like this is to apply cold for 2-3 days which staunches bleeding and minimizes swelling. After that heat will accelerate the healing and absorption of what blood has leaked into the tissues. Hot and then cold repeatedly is not logical. ...Read more
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