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Accidentally touch toilet water wif bare hands.Wash wif soap,30min later wash 2 times wif water.2hrs later wash wif soap,took off lens.Eye Infections?

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In brief: Ok

I don't quite understand what you are asking.
You've done a fine job of protecting yourself from getting the infection. If you have an eye infection then you need to see a doctor for treatment.

In brief: Ok

I don't quite understand what you are asking.
You've done a fine job of protecting yourself from getting the infection. If you have an eye infection then you need to see a doctor for treatment.
Dr. Elizabeth Wallen
Dr. Elizabeth Wallen
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Dr. Charlene Sojico
Did u take the lens off before or after washing your hands? Regardless, if your eyes are red, swollen , hurting, irritated with drainage - you need to see your doctor , so he can culture it and treat you appropriately !
Dr. Tanya Russo
Pediatrics
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In brief: Unlikely

You have been vigilant about cleaning your hands, and this will help reduce the changes of spreading infections.

In brief: Unlikely

You have been vigilant about cleaning your hands, and this will help reduce the changes of spreading infections.
Dr. Tanya Russo
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In brief: Low risk

Was water clear? Or contaminated? If flushed before touch, contamination is low, and risk lower. If your toilet, even less likely to be a problem.

In brief: Low risk

Was water clear? Or contaminated? If flushed before touch, contamination is low, and risk lower. If your toilet, even less likely to be a problem.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Katharine Cox
Pediatrics - Emergency Medicine

In brief: Toilet Water

It sounds like you cleaned your hands well.
Toilet water generally does not contain serious bacteria and it is dilute. Changing your lens should not cause an eye infection.

In brief: Toilet Water

It sounds like you cleaned your hands well.
Toilet water generally does not contain serious bacteria and it is dilute. Changing your lens should not cause an eye infection.
Dr. Katharine Cox
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