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My eye is red and watery. Should I go to the doctor?

My eye is red and watery. Should I go to the doctor?

Depends: How long -- getting better or not, is vision affected, is there discharge, pain, how severe. The causes are many, best to have it checked out. ...Read more

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My right eye is red and watery for the past week and a half. There has been no trauma to it. What could it be?

My right eye is red and watery for the past week and a half. There has been no trauma to it. What could it be?

Possible infection: This is how ordinary conjunctivitis (pink eye) first appears. If the vision is OK and there is no pus in the discharge, then that is very likely at your age This is contagious but will spontaneously heal itself. If it persists another week then see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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My eye is red and watery with some pain for 3days with no relief from drops or allergy meds.what could this be?

My eye is red and watery with some pain for 3days with no relief from drops or allergy meds.what  could this be?

AllergiesvsInfection: It might still be allergic conjunctivitis. Are the allergy meds you're talking about the kind you take by mouth? Those don't work as well for eye allergies, and this often necessitates an antihistamine eye drop which you can get a prescription for from your doctor. If there is a lot of white or yellow discharge it could be an infection. I would suggest you have your doctor take a look. ...Read more

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What to do if I have some problem and need helpful answer.my right eye is red already more than 1 month I visit 2 doctors?

What to do if I have some problem and need helpful answer.my right eye is red already more than 1 month I visit 2 doctors?

Allergies: Redness in eye can be caused by foreign body, allergy, infection, bleeding under the conjunctiva., dry eyes, use of Contact lens. Other conditions are more serious: Glaucoma, uveitis etc. If you have Accompanying pain, blurred vision, discharge, light senstivity etc. You need to see an Ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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A friend sustained an eye accident about six days ago. A stick mistakenly hit the eye and the eye is red, painful and watery. What do we do next?

A friend sustained an eye accident about six days ago. A stick mistakenly hit the eye and the eye is red, painful and watery. What do we do next?

Corneal abrasion : May be present. Should first see a doctor for an eye exam to get a diagnosis and determine if there is a foreign body that can be removed. An eye patch and antibiotic eye drops are likely needed. ...Read more