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Why is my pink and itchy eye now putting out stringy yellow stuff ?

Why is my pink and itchy eye now putting out stringy yellow stuff ?

Bacterial infection?: The original 'pink eye' episode, was caused by a virus, and 1s usually self limited and gets betterwith time. However if a bacterial infection sets in because your eyes are more susceptible then you can get yellow stringy mucus and discharge. See your eyemd right away to receive the appropriate antibiotic. ...Read more

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I have a fluffy looking yellow spot in my eye by the pupil in my whole eye also feels itchy and hurts a bit, it's not stringy runny. It's like a spot?

I have a fluffy looking yellow spot in my eye by the  pupil in my whole eye also feels itchy and hurts a bit, it's not stringy runny. It's like a spot?

Pinguecula: You have discovered your pinguecula. Most people in the middle years have these to some degree - they are the eyes protective deposit against wind and sun and occur next to the color part of the eye on either side. They are asymptomatic unless seriously large. You almost certainly have these in both eyes. ...Read more

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I have pink eye in both eyes. Painful, lots of discharge and burning sensation as well as itchiness. Eyes are bloodshot with yellow discharge.

I have pink eye in both eyes. Painful, lots of discharge and burning sensation as well as itchiness. Eyes are bloodshot with yellow discharge.

See a doctor: You should see your doctor or go to an urgent care as soon as you can. You can try clean warm water compresses to your eyes, which may bring some relief. Change these frequently, and make sure to wash your hands well, as this can be infectious. If you wear contacts, make sure you do not until this is completely resolved. ...Read more

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LFT on 19.09- bilirubin 0.5, sgot 28,sgpt 51. Had paracetamol 2g/day for 15 days upto 31.08. Now itchiness, yellow skin & eyes. is it liver damage?

LFT on 19.09- bilirubin 0.5, sgot 28,sgpt 51. Had paracetamol 2g/day for 15 days upto 31.08. Now itchiness, yellow skin & eyes. is it liver damage?

Repeat tests: Why taking this med? Unless you are very small this is not a toxic dose. Any alcoholic drinks? Are you ill? Mononucleosis? Hepatitis? Why were liver tests done Sept 9? Now it is 2 weeks later. You have had no acetominophen for over 3 weeks? Any other meds? ...Read more

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Sinus problems and itchy, yellowing eyes, what is this?

Sinus problems and itchy, yellowing eyes, what is this?

Allergies: Sounds like you have allergies. You can try over the counter allergy meds by mouth and over the counter allergy drops for the itchy eyes. ...Read more

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Itchy bumps on skin and yellowing in the eyes. What are these possible symptoms of?

Itchy bumps on skin and yellowing in the eyes. What are these possible symptoms of?

Liver involvement: If you have yellowing of the eyes and a rash you need to see your doctor you have a process going on in your liver. The rash is being caused by bilirubin from the liver. ...Read more

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I have a tiny Yellow tinted blister on waterline of my eye, its sore and itchy. Do you know what it could be and what can i do that help it?

I have a tiny Yellow tinted blister on waterline of my eye, its sore and itchy. Do you know what it could be and what can i do that help it?

Warm compresses will: help for 5-10 mins 4 times a day. To open up the meibomian gland duct to drain the oil that you see. Otherwise, it can become an infected stye. Then you'll have to drain it by your eye doctor..See your eye doctor or PCP to double check. You're doing too much computer work, and not blinking creating a dry eye condition. Take a break, blink more, use artificial tears & warm compresses. Prevention! ...Read more

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I have a lump on the bottom of my eye lid and it's itchy and yellow and red it looks sore too can you tell me what u think it is?

Chalazion: This may be a chalazion or a stye. I would suggest warm compresses and gentle massage of the bump and if there is no improvement in a week or so ( or if it gets worse) then see your eye doctor. ...Read more

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