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Should I Still Go To Work If I Have Red Eyes
Red eye contagion: This depends upon the cause. If it is a hemorrhage (bright red, little effect on the vision, almost no discomfort) then there is not problem. If it is a viral conjunctivitis (diffuse redness, irritation, discharge, swelling of the eye lining) then it is contagious and your fellow workers will be very angry if they get it. Your ophthalmologist can sort out the cause and give treatment. ...Read more
I am 37 w 2 d pregnant with BP high and low. Once its high, i can't breath and I have red eyes and burning sensation. Still doc doesn't want to induce?
How high BP?: The main concern would be preeclampsia or other hypertensive disorder of pregnancy. Your obstetrician should be able to diagnose you with frequent blood pressure checks and proteinuria determination after a 24-hour urine collection in the hospital. If you are hypertensive for the first time after 37 weeks, delivery is indicated promptly to avoid abruption, fetal death, stroke, seizures (eclampsia). ...Read more
See Eye MD: There are many possible causes of red eyes. See an ophthalmologist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Clear eyes?: Clear eyes is an astringent agent that acts by constricting conjunctival blood vessels thus the eye looks whiter. As the medication wears off, you will often see increased redness from rebound dilation of the vessels. Chronic use of these agents can result in the vessels looking more dilated and prominent over time. Clear eyes may not be the appropriate treatment for your redness if persistent. ...Read more
I have chronic red eyes, diagnosed w/ blepharitis nothing works other than a antibiotic/steroid drop (hardly) i'm only 27. What else can I do?
Avoid prolonged: Steroid/antibiotic drop by using daily warm compresses, with massage afterwards of the closed eyelids and lashes. Dietary omega3 is very helpful. If you already take Doxycycline that may help, but please note that it may affect the potency of your oral contraceptive. Please use additional means for birth control! ...Read more
Do i still have pink eye if I have only red eyes i had pink eye for one day and now all I have is red eye and no symptoms does that mean that i don't have pink eye any more?
Depends on the cause: There are many causes of redness of the eyes. Several types of inflammatory conditions, allergic reactions, detergents, chemicals, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause redness of the eyes. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
What is causing my red eyes? Otc allergy meds do not work. I wear contacts and use computer a lot. Eye dr didn't find anything. Sinus rinse too.
Is it your contact?: You need to be careful what drops you use when wearing soft contacts, generally only preservative free tears or moisture drops specifically formulated for contacts. If your eyes are frequently red in your contacts, though, i wonder if you are having irritation from your solution or your contacts. Are eyes still red when you take a weeklong holiday from your contacts? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Got swollen red eyes w light sens & tears. Stopped wearing contacts , an eye doc. Prescribed tobradex (tobramycin and dexamethasone) st. A day of drops helped but still sensitive.
Overwear syndrome: Sounds like you had a keratitis possibly from hypoxia due to overwear of your contact lenses. As long as your eye doctor ruled out a corneal ulcer your eyes will gradually recover. You may want to return to your physician to re-evaluate your present contact lens material and fit to avoid a recurrence. You may also want to be evaluated for dry eye which can decrease the contact lens performance. ...Read more
I have chylamdia and chylamdia conjuctivits i was treated at the ER for a sever burning when i pee as well as very red eyes i was given 1g of azithromicin and also a shot of another antibiotic it has been 2 days and i still have a bad burn in urine im won
More time: You may need to give the medications more time to work. You may still be able to transmit the infection to a partner for 7 days after treatment as well, so you should not expect to be well after 2 days. ...Read more
I have terrible hay fever and symptoms are acting up big time - runny nose, red eyes, sneezing, congestion. What can I do? What medication works best?
Nose bleeds in sleep. Recently bloody tears, red eyes, bleeding ears, coughing up blood. Not mass amounts but still noticeable. What could cause this?
Mom has viral meningitis, hospitalized. No fever, nomore red spots on knees or red eyes. Still has severe headaches, stiff neck; low white cells. Help?
Ask her doctor: Viral meningitis presents with headache, sometimes sensitivity to light or sound, nausea, vomiting, fever, stiff neck, malaise, sometimes mental changes and the spinal fluid shows findings which are not compatible with bacterial meningitis. Your mom should get better fairly quickly and be back to full health soon, but if you have questions, ask her doctor. ...Read more
Depends: If the issue is only dryness causing eye redness, any over the counter lubricating drop would help (do not use the ones that say 'gets the red out'). These are all compatible with contact lenses. Be sure the redness is not due to allergy, infection or internal eye inflammation. Your ophthalmologist can help if the redness is persistent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Woke up yesterday and eye was very red no pain or itching just red i wear contacts so took contact out of red eye but eye is still red possible causes?
Many: You should see your ophthalmologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you can get the best treatment. ...Read more
I've had pink eye for about 2 and half weeks. Went to doc doctor last week, took tobramycin, now still have a red eye. What to do?
Having flu for more than 2months what can still be the solution ?took nasal sprays and tablets(Cetirizine) symptons:red eye, blocked nose,cant slp
Nasal spray: If you have been using a nasal spray like Afrin then you could be experiencing "rebound" swelling of the nasal passages. This is very difficult to deal with but you MUST stop using those nose sprays for it to get better. Talk to your doctor about using a steroid nasal spray to help you get through the withdrawal from the other. ...Read more
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