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When I wake up sometimes, my eyes are shut closed. Does this mean that I have eye infection?

Blepharitis. It is possible that you have blepharitis or an inflammation of the eyelids. Try using a warm compress twice daily and massage the lids and clean the eyelashes with a mild soap or lid scrub over the counter. If the condition persists, see you eye care provider. Read more...
Dry eyes. If your lids are crusted over, it may signify an infection. It may also indicate an allergy (both conditions increase production of mucus which dries out and makes opening the eyes difficult after a night's sleep). As well, people with significant dry eyes can have their lids stick to their corneas overnight, making it difficult to open them upon awakening. See your eye doctor to be sure. Read more...

I just came home from being in a steam room for a long time and I keep seeing a lot of white fog at every thing from my eyes? Is this a eye infection?

It's . It's difficult to tell without an eye exam. It's unlikely to be an eye infection, however. If your symptoms persist, i recommend that you get an eye exam. Read more...
? dehydration. Your visual changes could be related to eye irritation due to the steam or dehydration from excessive sweating in the steam room. Try frequent artificial tears and water intake. If no improvement, see an eye doctor. Read more...

Can pussy eyes be symptoms of eye infection?

Yes. Bacterial eye infections are often characterized by discharge. See your eye doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

My one month baby has eye infection on both eyes it's been a week and he still has it. What can I do?

See a doctor. Conjunctivitis should be treated by eye drops or ointment. Before starting treatment culture should be done. Read more...
See eye doctor. See eye doctor because it can be a serious infection including chlamydia. Also may be a blocked tear duct. Read more...

My one old month baby has eye infection on both eyes he's been in an ointment for a week and still has the eye infection. What could it be?

Tear ducts plugged. During an eye infection some of the debris can drain into the narrow channels that empty the tears into the nose.When they are plugged, you can have persistent crusting at that age. A followup visit with your doc may be the best way to assess the issue. Read more...
Possible NLD obstruc. Up to 6% of infants are born with a blocked tear duct (nasolacrimal duct). Blockage of the normal drainage of tears can result in eye infections. Many blocked tear ducts in infants open spontaneously, however, some require surgical opening. You should have your child examined by an ophthalmologist to determine if this is the cause for your baby's chronic infection. Read more...

Am I gonna have an eye infection? I keep forgetting and rub my eyes while working on computer at public library

Unlikely. Eye infections require exposure to a possible organism and the susceptibility of your body. We rub our eyes a lot in many circumstances and yet infection is uncommon. Computer work is drying and that is probably why you rub your eyes so often. Take with you a bottle of lubricating tears when you use a computer and apply this instead of rubbing. Read more...