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How Can I Treat My 11 Month Old With Conjunctivitis
Depends: It depends if its allergic, viral or bacterial. If its viral then its similar getting a cold it takes its course. Treatment will be cold compressors, and artificial tears. Hand heygiene is very important to avoid spread of it. If its bacterial it needs antibiotic treatment. It requires doctor visit. If its allergic it will be itchy and teary. It needs allergy drops and cold compressor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4 month old baby has green slime coming out if both eyes is this conjunctivitis or what else could it be?
My son has allergy in eye for which he is recommended Fucidin eye drops.. He doesn't have conjunctivitis.. Are these drops safe for my 16 month old?
My 15 month old has recurring bronchiolitis (not severe), recurring conjunctivitis, a persistent cough & constant blocked nose or runny nose. Allergy?
15 month old - persistent cough, past bronchiolitis, constant ear infections, runny or blocked nose & persistent conjunctivitis. Allergies????
To tease out all : these chronic symptoms requires a history of environmental factors like passive smoking, attendance at daycare, drinking from a bottle while supine, etc.; family history of asthma & allergies; past response to infections, etc.The most likely reason for the chronic cough is asthma, aka Reactive Airway Disease, that requires bronchodilators. Seek referral to a Pediatric Allergist/Immunologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 4year old daughter has bacterial conjunctivitis, do I need to take her to see the doctor or can I buy over-the-counter medicines to treat it? Thanx
No OTC meds: The treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis, if that truly is the cause, will require prescription meds. Otc eve drops can often provide comfort to those with viral, irritant & allergic causes of conjunctival irritation, but they will not cure a true bacterial disease. Call in & see what the kids doc suggests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can terramycin eye ointment be used in infants less than 6 months of age for bacterial conjunctivitis?or chloramphenicol eye ointmt more suitable?
Eye ointments: Most pediatricians will use a gentamycin or other mycin. Chloramphenicol has been removed from the market in the US since it is associated with serious blood dyscrasias and can be fatal. ...Read more
Depends: If viral, it will usually last 2wks and will resolve. Bacterial conjunctivitis needs to be treated with antibiotics for 7-10 days depending on bug, sometimes longer. Allergic conjunctivitis can be seasonal and needs to be treat longer; same for vernal conjunctivitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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