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Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis
Maybe: Gpc is a condition of hyperallergic response usually to the cleaners for contact lenses but occasionally to the composition of the lenses themselves. Your ophthalmologist will provide remedies to treat this and when successful, can suggest types of contact lenses and treatment regimens which will allow the wear of contacts in the future. But first, treat the condition. ...Read more
Allergy to CL: Typically this reaction occurs in response to soft contact lens wear. It is an allergic response to the protein deposited into the contact lenses. The symptoms can be red eye, discharge, and foreign body sensation after removing of contacts. Treatment can be with discontinuing contact lens wear and eyedrops. Daily disposable contacts are good for those prone to this condition. ...Read more
GPC & catarrhal: sameGet a more detailed answer ›
Get treatment: This is a descriptive term for swelling and papule formation under the upper lid. Usually it is due to contact lens wear and the use of cleaning solutions. It is a type of hyperallergic response. It can be due to allergen contact from the environment. You may have to discontinue your contacts for a while. See your ophthalmologist to confirm the diagnosis and start proper treatment. ...Read more
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