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How can I tell if my contact lenses are causing an eye infection?

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Dr. Damien Luviano
Ophthalmology

In brief: Pain and redness

Bacterial keratitis is a vison threatening infection.
In the usa, contact lenses use is the number one risk factor. Loss of vision, permanently can occur in as few as 24 hours. Do not wait for the problem to get better, see your dr. In the last 5 years, some contact lens solutions made keratitis easy. They have been removed by fda http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1194028-overview.

In brief: Pain and redness

Bacterial keratitis is a vison threatening infection.
In the usa, contact lenses use is the number one risk factor. Loss of vision, permanently can occur in as few as 24 hours. Do not wait for the problem to get better, see your dr. In the last 5 years, some contact lens solutions made keratitis easy. They have been removed by fda http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1194028-overview.
Dr. Damien Luviano
Dr. Damien Luviano
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Dr. Kenneth Adler
Family Medicine

In brief: Pain and redness

Persistant pain, redness and drainage after removal of your contacts suggests an infection.
See an eye doctor.

In brief: Pain and redness

Persistant pain, redness and drainage after removal of your contacts suggests an infection.
See an eye doctor.
Dr. Kenneth Adler
Dr. Kenneth Adler
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