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Iv had viral conjuctivitis for over a year been to 4 docs all say theres nothin wrong with me can someone help please?
What else besides bacterial or viral conjuctivitis can cause severe light sensivitity in a small child?
Iv had viral conjuctivitis f ok r 2 years an the optometrist still says theres nothin wrong with me who can help me im contagious?
I got blurry vision due to viral conjuctivitis.Its been 2 weeks now im using a couple of eye drops. No significant improvement.Is it serious?
Yes!: Viral conjunctivitis can cause serious and irreversible corneal scarring. This must be attended to promptly and competently. This must be seen and followed by an ophthalmologist; this is beyond the care level that an optometrist can provide. This may even be an issue that may need to be elevated to the level of a cornea specialist. Do not delay! ...Read more
Conjunctivitis: Pink eye is the common term for viral infection of the eye. It may affect one eye but commonly affects both. The eye is red, has a clear discharge, may be a little swollen, sometimes is light sensitive and usually is irritated but not painful. Since it is infectious, others around you might also have the same thing or you may spread yours to them. ...Read more
Taking drops for conjunctivitis for the past 3 days. Is this viral instead? When could I return to work?
Viral conjunctivitis: Most cases of conjunctivitis are viral. The thing you have to keep in mind is its very very very contagious. You could easily spread it through your office. The best guide..even though the viral shedding has likely past is when the reds gone..your ready to return. Flushing with saline to remove the antigens more quickly is the best advice I can give you. ...Read more
Is it likely to have viral conjunctivitis for over a month where it improves and worsens more than once? Or could this be something else entirely?
Conjunctivitis: Being exposed to someone with conjunctivitis does not necessarily imply that you will catch the infection. Having said that, after being exposed, do not touch that person or allow that person to touch you. Stay some distance from him/her just in case s/he sneezes or coughs on you. If that happens, take a shower and if not, at least wash your hands and face. ...Read more
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