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How Long Does Eye Inflammation Associated With Conjunctivitis Last
Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more
I got eye inflammation. Am using fred forte drops today every hour. But my eyes are blurry how long it will take to fully recovered?
How long it will take to recover from my eye inflammation? Now am using 2 type of drops. Eye inflammation cause any blindness?
I got eye inflammation I am using drops for that. My doctor said to use to 6 weeks. Last two days i used drops. But still i feel blurry is it common?
Depends: Based on your description, i suspect your diagnosis was iritis, though i cannot be certain. Iritis can cause inflammatory cells to accumulate in the anterior chamber of your eye, which can blur the vision. Depending on the degree of inflammation, the blurred vision can take several days to resolve. If you're concerned, you can always call your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Health clinic: Dependng on the location of the eye inflammation, it can be potentially blinding if not appropriately treated. If you cannot get financial help from family or friends to see an eye doctor, look for a free medical clinic where you live. The doctors there may be able to diagnose and start a treatment plan. But expect to need to be seen by an eye doctor for your best care. ...Read more
Aside from surgery is there other medical treatment for stye and chalzion. Because my eye inflammation last for 3 months and did'nt cure when putting ointment. And I am so scared to have a surgery, is there other medical treatment for chalzion or stye
Warm : Warm commpresses and lid massage can help, but the use of a tetracycline antibiotic can sometimes help as well--talk to your ophthamologist about this. If you do need to have it excised, your doctor will completely numb it first and it is usually done from the inner side of the lid--you should not feel a thing and there will be no visible scar. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on the cause: Good question. It really depends on what kind of infection is going on. Certain viral infections (eg.Adenovirus) can cause a "pink eye" that will not typically need treatment; others like herpes can cause a vision threatening retinitis that will need immediate treatment. A scratch can rapidly turn into bacterial infection; antibiotic drops may be prescribed to stop the early stages of infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Know the cause: Inflammation means something has caused irritation to the tissue in question. As there are many causes, the first thing to do is find out the cause. An ophthalmologist is an excellent choice for this. Until appointment is made, cold compresses will help with your symptoms. ...Read more