Overcoming Red Eyes And Pain That Does Not Go Away?
Hello. I want it. Red eye pain u0026amp; what is safe pain? My eyes hurt red u0026amp; the pain has been there for years “. until now it has not healed. even though I have treated it. thanks to the doctor too, thank you in advance
Hello Laylatul Maghfiroh,
Red eye occurs due to dilation of blood vessels in the conjunctival layer of the eye. Red eye is a complaint that is quite often found in patients and can be caused by various eye diseases, including:
Conjunctivitis due to viral, bacterial or allergic infections Dry eye disease Eye strain Pinguekulitis (inflammation of the pinguecula) Episcleritis Keratitis Uveitis Acute glaucoma and many more Have you ever seen yourself by an eye specialist? To diagnose a cause of red eye the doctor needs to ask more fully about:
How long? Missing arise? Are there normal red eye periods? Red settled? Increasingly heavy? There are complaints of itchy eyes, sore, burning, foreign body sensation? Are there secretions or excess checks? Watery eyes? Is there decreased vision / blurred vision? Eye pain? Is there a history of trauma to the eye or foreign body entry? History of treatment given to the eye? Are there any eye drops that contain steroids carelessly, repeatedly without doctor's instructions, or in the long run? Are there any herbal medicines that should not be used in the eye? Do you use contact lenses? Is there a history of allergies both for you and your family? In addition, the doctor also must match the results of the question and answer with the results of your eye examination. From the description of the blood vessels in the case of red eye, doctors can suspect whether the disorder arises due to abnormalities in the front of the eye or in the deeper part. Sharp examination of vision, refraction, eye pressure also needs to be done.
Treatment certainly needs to be adjusted to the diagnosis of the disease obtained from examination by a doctor. Minor disorders such as irritation or dry eye disease can be improved by administering artificial tear drops. Other disorders require more treatment, if due to allergic factors, it is advisable to avoid allergens (allergen triggers) and consideration of administering antihistamine drugs. If there is a suspicion of infection, antibiotic eye drops will be given. Likewise with other diagnoses, the treatment must be adjusted. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.