Red Eyes Water And Discharge After Using Contact Lenses?
Tonight, I want to ask what medicine is suitable for my red eyes, often excreting urine? R nThe story was a little before I had no problems like this but after I used contact lenses, how many days today my eyes are often sore and reddened at first I thought just a normal symptom because I just used it after a few months I didn’t wear contact lenses anymore but day after day my eyes became red and I often secreted water and dirt that was greenish yellow in color. I don’t know if it’s because of an allergy or because I really have a cold but before, I’ve used contact lenses but it wasn’t that bad. What do you think is a problem with my eyes? And what steps and medicines are suitable for me?
Red, watery eyes and discharge are symptoms that can be caused by a variety of medical conditions. Moreover, the use of contact lenses that are not properly maintained for hygiene will increase the risk of infection and several other conditions including:
Keratitis, inflammation of the cornea that can be caused by bacterial, fungal infections, etc. Apart from red eyes, removing discharge, blurred vision is wrong
Conjunctivitis, inflammation of the white part of the eye can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and other germs
Dry eye syndrome, using contact lenses for too long will cause dry, red, and blurry eyes
Because it can be caused by various conditions, it is necessary to directly examine the cause of the complaint. The doctor will perform examinations, especially on the eye. You will also be subjected to examinations such as an eye acuity test, fluoresin test, etc. Treatment will adjust to the underlying cause, it can be antibiotic eye drops, anti-inflammatory, etc.
Here's what you can do about your condition:
Use contact lenses properly and properly read contact lenses
Avoid rubbing your eyes
Get used to maintaining eye cleanliness
Make it a habit to wash your hands
Do not use eye drops without a doctor's instructions
If the complaints you feel are getting worse and are accompanied by worrying signs such as blurred vision, pain, etc., it is better if you visit an eye doctor immediately to get the right treatment.
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dr. M. Rizki