Eye infections (inflammation)
Exposure to viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites for long periods of time may cause irritation and tears in the eyes, so you should learn to recognize and deal with eye infections.
What is eye infection?
Eye infections caused by viruses and bacteria and other microbial factors can cause eye irritation.
Conjunctivitis (pink eye) is the most common eye infection. The conjunctiva and the inner surface of the eyelid are inflamed by a viral or bacterial infection. Sometimes, eye irritation may also be caused by a potentially allergic disease.
The stem is another common inflammation, is caused by infection of the eyelash, its appearances like acne or acne. The more serious eyelid infection is called eyelids.
Keratitis is a serious infection of the cornea, can lead to corneal scar and loss of vision. Improper handling of contact lenses increases the risk of corneal inflammation.
How do I know that I am suffering from eye inflammation?
Your eyes may experience the following symptoms:
• Red eye.
• More secretions.
• Eye discomfort/pain.
• Edema of the eye or surrounding tissue.
• persistent itching.
• Blurred vision.
• Eyelid stripping.
How can I prevent eye infections?
Prevent pathogens from entering the eyes:
• Wash hands before touching your eyes or face.
• Avoid sharing eye cosmetics and replace eye cosmetics every six months.
• Develop good contact lens cleaning habits and avoid sharing of contact lens equipment and syrup.
• If the eye is infected, avoid eye makeup or wear contact lenses
• Do not share towels, bedding, and towels.
• Avoid eye contact with contaminated water.
What is the treatment of eye inflammation?
You should consult a doctor to find out the cause of eye infections and receive proper treatment. In the general case, the patient only needs to use antibiotic eye drops or ointment.
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