Causes Corneal Suppurating Eyes Accompanied By Red Eyes
I want to ask, right, my eyes are red and itchy, and the cornea is festering, is this dangerous?
Hello Mira, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
The eye is one of the most important organs in life. There are so many abnormalities in the eyes of the mild or severe. Not infrequently if handling improperly can cause severe complications.
Based on your complaint, there is pus / white fluid in the cornea of the eye. There are several possible diseases that occur to you, are as follows:
Keratitis. - inflammation that occurs in the cornea of the eye, can be caused by infection with bacteria, fungi, viruses, amoeba. Complaints of red eyes, decreased vision, and the presence of hypopyon / fluid in the anterior ocular camera, which varies depending on the cause.
Uveitis. - Inflammation of the uvea of the eye, consisting of anterior or posterior uveitis. In an anterior infection the appearance of the eye can result in hypopion.
For more details, you should consult an eye doctor because of the need for further examination of your eyes. If allowed to stand will harm your eyes. Treatment will depend on the cause itself.
Right now what you can do is:
Avoid rubbing your eyes.
Do not use drops carelessly.
Avoid dust, and sunlight first.
Get enough rest, and eat nutritious food.
Sleep 7-8 hours per day.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)