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Is It Okay For A Baby With Right Eye Infection To Travel By Plane
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Depends.: It depends on the type of infection, some of which could be contagious. ...Read more
My eyes are extremely red. They do not itch or get crusty, but they hurt. It started in the right eye and spread to the left. Possible eye infection?
I have an eye infection the last four weeks. It started on my right eye now it has spread to both eye but now my left eye is worse than my right eye. ?
What to do if i'm staring a slight eye infection on the right eye, can I still go for a swim lesson?
Not with infection: You really should not swim with an active eye infection. Are you sure it is an eye infection, though, and not just irritation from the pool chemicals - because then you can still swim as long as you rinse out your eyes when you get out of the water with saline rinse. But with an infection, things could get very bad if you go swimming - I recommend 48-72 hours ON TREATMENT before returning to water ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm staring a slight eye infection on the right eye, can I still go for a swim lesson?
No: not a good idea.it could make it worse ...Read more
Foggy vision, slight reddening and halos around lights. All symptoms only on the right eye? Infection coming?
My right eye won't stop watering. It's been more than 2 weeks. I went to see a doctor and she said that i had red eye infection but my eye is not red?
See ophthalmologist: See medical expert physician in eye is an ophthalmologist. This way you can get the diagnosis. ...Read more
My one month baby has eye infection on both eyes it's been a week and he still has it. What can I do?
My one old month baby has eye infection on both eyes he's been in an ointment for a week and still has the eye infection. What could it be?
Tear ducts plugged: During an eye infection some of the debris can drain into the narrow channels that empty the tears into the nose.When they are plugged, you can have persistent crusting at that age. A followup visit with your doc may be the best way to assess the issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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