Is it possible that have an eye infection?

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.

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What do you advise if I'm not 100% sure but I think I may have an eye infection?

Telemedicine. If you can't or don't wish to be seen in clinic about it as next step, then this may be a perfect case for a telemedicine face-to-face consultation. Read more...

Is it okay to smoke if you have an eye infection?

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. Read more...
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? Read more...
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. Read more...