No! Even if you do smoke and have been smoking for years and trying to quit, it is much better for your immune system if you refrain from smoking during an eye infection. Studies have shown that even the equivalent of 1-2 cigarettes a day reduces the immune response to infection and makes it harder to clear the infection.
Smoking. Sorry to be so flippant but it is only ok to smoke if you want to increase your risk of many many diseases including eye disease such as macular degeneration. Also if you want to die younger than you should or live with cancer or gasping for breath then it is ok to smoke. I don't ever wonder why there seem to be very few smokers in their 60's and less and less in the 70's 80's and 90's. Guess?
Yes. But you should try to quit smoking in general to preserve your long-term health. Smoking has been associated with age-related macular degeneration, as well as cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Yes. Watching a 3d movie will not adversely affect the healing process for an eye infection. Though if your eye is irritated and your vision is not perfect in the infected eye, you may get dizzy from the imperfect 3d image.
Yes. If you have an eye infection, nothing you do with your vision will hurt it. Like any infection it has to run its coarse before you will be rid of the sypmtoms. Depending if it is a bacterial, viral or allergic reaction there are specific eye drops that can help it clear up more quickly.
Yes. Yes. It does not matter.
Yes. You can use your eyes if you have an infection. Some people become sensitive to light or are uncomfortable keeping their eyes open, but if this is not an issue for you, go for it.
No. It is best to defer using all eye makeup until the infection resolves and your eye doctor says it's ok.
No, don't pluck. If one has an eye infection, plucking all the eyelashes will just make the eyelids bald (hopefully, the lashes will grow back, but one never knows for sure), but the infection will still be there.
No. Please do not do this!
Yes. There is no contraindication.
If you have an eye infection on one eye, does plucking out all the eyelashes in the infected eye reduce the infection?
No. Do not do this. It will help nothing.
Probably not. Eye doctors tend to think of better ways of treating such a thing.
Seek MD advice. Any number of etiologies can cause a red eye, which could be interpreted as an infection. You should see your ophthalmologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.