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Dr. Susan Rhoads
Board Certified, Family Medicine
33 years in practice
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Blurred vision from anesthesia two weeks after rotator cuff surgery . Eyes red and glassy otherwise good outcome.

Dr. Susan Rhoads
Board Certified, Family Medicine
33 years in practice
6M people helped
Blurred vision from anesthesia two weeks after rotator cuff surgery . Eyes red and glassy otherwise good outcome.

Call your doctor: This may be a side effect due to a medication you are talking. Call your doctor and check. Otherwise, see an eye doc to find out what is going on. Glad the shoulder is doing fine! ...Read more

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Dr. Marsha Davis
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23 years in practice
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Dr. Michael Ham
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
22 years in practice
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Dr. Marsha Davis
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Dr. Douglas Liva
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
35 years in practice
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What can I do about bags under my eyes and redness im my eyes?

Dr. Douglas Liva
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
35 years in practice
195K people helped
What can I do about bags under my eyes and redness im my eyes?

Two separate issues: Bags under the eyes are usually caused by the herniation of fat through the infra orbital septum and cosmesis can be improved by blepharoplasty surgery where the fat is removed. Examintion can rule out other causes of baggy eyelids. Chronic red eyes are frequently from dry eye syndrome and an eye exam can confirm the diagnosis and eliminate more serious causes for a red eye. ...Read more

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Dr. Jay Bradley
Board Certified, LASIK Surgery
13 years in practice
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What takes redness out of eyes instantly?

Dr. Jay Bradley
Board Certified, LASIK Surgery
13 years in practice
6M people helped
What takes redness out of eyes instantly?

Redness reliever: There is no automatic red out drops. Some over-the-counter drops can provide temporary relief though. You need to see any eye doctor to determine the underlying cause of the eye redness so it can be properly treated. ...Read more

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Dr. Marsha Davis
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23 years in practice
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Dr. Jon Fishburn
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
25 years in practice
4M people helped
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Why is it that our eyes get redness after watching tv for long time?

Dr. Jon Fishburn
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
25 years in practice
4M people helped
Why is it that our eyes get redness after watching tv for long time?

Tired/dry: Prolonged visual activities often lead to fatigue, dryness, and blurry vision. Sometimes eye strain results in headaches. Give yourself a break and look away from the monitor, use some artificial tear drops for eye irritation. Better yet, limit the amount of TV viewing you do. ...Read more

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Dr. Paul Cohen
Board Certified, Family Medicine
23 years in practice
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Woke up with very sticky gooey eyes last two days; redness visible

Dr. Paul Cohen
Board Certified, Family Medicine
23 years in practice
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Woke up with very sticky gooey eyes last two days; redness visible

Possible infection: Your description sounds like an infectious process; typically conjunctivitis presents like you have described. Your symptoms may be either viral, or bacterial in origin; which is hard to discern based on your description and the lack of the 'whole story'. A visit to your primary care provider is warranted to further evaluate your eyes. ...Read more

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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
21 years in practice
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How can I take the redness away from cried-out eyes?

Dr. Andrew Shatz
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
21 years in practice
2M people helped
How can I take the redness away from cried-out eyes?

Tears, time: While crying, the eyes become red. This is mostly caused by engorgement of blood vessels on the white of the eye as part of normal crying. The redness subsides naturally in a matter of minutes to hours (especially if you have been rubbing the eyes while crying). Artificial tears may soothe the sting from excess tears, but will not significantly speed up the resolution of the redness. ...Read more

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Dr. Tinah Canda
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
126K people helped
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How can I make the redness and bags under my eyes go away?

Dr. Tinah Canda
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
126K people helped
How can I make the redness and bags under my eyes go away?

Beauty sleep: Lack of sleep can cause redness and bags under the eyes. Sleep and relaxation are the best remedy. You can also try regular application of eye serum or cream. Or if you prefer to go au naturelle, you can try applying a slice of cucumber on the eyes for a several minutes. ...Read more

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Dr. Amin Ashrafzadeh
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
19 years in practice
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I have redness in my eyes. I'm 27 years completly fit mentally and physically.

Dr. Amin Ashrafzadeh
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
19 years in practice
744K people helped
I have redness in my eyes. I'm 27 years completly fit mentally and physically.

Eye irritation!: Red eyes are signs of irritation. Many times that may be from dryness, or chronic eyelid infection. See an ophthalmologist to help diagnose and implement a treatment plan. ...Read more

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Dr. Mark Golden
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
36 years in practice
457K people helped
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Should i be concerned about redness in the corner of eyes?

Dr. Mark Golden
Board Certified, Ophthalmology
36 years in practice
457K people helped
Should i be concerned about redness in the corner of eyes?

Redness around eyes: Redness around the eyes is usually due to irritation, most commonly from rubbing of the eyes. As a first step, i suggest that you try lubricating tear drops. It can also be due to an infection of the eyelids themselves. In that case, i suggest that you see your eye doctor for appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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