Are eyes prone to staph infection?

Yes. Common bacteria on lids, in some patients can cause corneal infections called staph marginal keratitis.
Yes and no. Thw eyes are continually assaulted 24/7 by bacteria and irritants. Recurrent staph can be a sign of an immune deficiency or quite commonly in women infected eye make-up.See an ophthalmologist.

Related Questions

I have a staph infection in my finger that won't go away. My eye is bleeding and also out of my bottom. Is that related?

Bleeding. Staph infection in finger is probably separate unless there is some underlying immune deficiency. The blood in eye may be subconjuctival hemorrhage and bottom hemorrhoids. If this persists or recurs obtain lab work at your doctor's office. Read more...
Possibly. With your description, you need to go to the er asap for urgent evaluation. You may have a systemic infection with resultant clotting issue causing bleeding. It may also be unrelated and coincidental (an infection with a speeder eye and GI issue) but you should not take that chance. Read more...

I had lab test done on my eye were I had a staph infection. I receive the call that told me that I had mrsa... They didn't seem to concerned about it?

MRSA. Mrsa means methicliin resistant staph aureus. This is a baceria that has developed resistance to the common antibiotics that kill it. However it has not developed resistance to all antibiotics. Perhaps your doctor is treating you withone of the antibiotics that can kill this germ. Read more...