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Is it okay for a baby with right eye infection to travel by plane?

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Dr. Theodore Leng
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

As long as the diagnosis has been made, appropriate therapy started, and follow up scheduled.
It should be ok to travel by plane if it is not a highly contagious infection (e.g. Gonococcus, chlamydia, etc.).

In brief: Yes

As long as the diagnosis has been made, appropriate therapy started, and follow up scheduled.
It should be ok to travel by plane if it is not a highly contagious infection (e.g. Gonococcus, chlamydia, etc.).
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Dr. Stephen Hamilton
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Ok

Plane travel should be safe with an eye infection, however, if there is an associated sinus infection the pressure changes could prove painful.

In brief: Ok

Plane travel should be safe with an eye infection, however, if there is an associated sinus infection the pressure changes could prove painful.
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