The Eyes Hurt And Thick Yellowish Discharge Comes Out?
hello I have a complaint yesterday the day after tomorrow my eyes hurt, then a few minutes later no longer hurt, but it came out like a thick yellowish liquid. There was only one, but this morning both of them turned red and then they also came out. Then also yesterday, when I saw it felt unclear. And this afternoon the situation was even more strange. So look at the colorful environment if there is light, then the taste is unclear too. strangely, the color was only vague, just on the right side, but now it’s two. r nand looks like a rainbow.
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Eyes that are reddish, painful, runny, produce yellowish secretions, so that their visual function is disrupted (such as seeing colors), can reflect a mild condition, but can also be dangerous. One condition that often triggers this is conjunctivitis, which is inflammation of the outer membrane of the outer eye. This condition often occurs due to a viral or bacterial infection. Not only that, conjunctivitis can also occur due to allergies, to the introduction of chemical substances or other foreign objects into the eye. This condition is more prone to occur in people who have a tendency to experience allergies, people whose daily activities are often exposed to dust and other pollutants, and contact lens wearers. Usually, this condition is mild and will improve with proper treatment in less than 1-2 weeks.
In addition to conjunctivitis, it may also be that your complaint arises from more serious causes, such as uveitis, keratitis, endophthalmitis, acute closed-angle glaucoma, and so on. If your complaint is now spreading to your eyes, and feels very disturbing, you should not let it drag on. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or ophthalmologist for further treatment according to the conditions that underlie your complaint. Usually, a mild condition will improve considerably with topical medication, for example in the form of ointments or eye drops.
In the meantime, you can take the following steps:
Use protective eyewear first so that the eye does not infiltrate harmful foreign substances. Don't hold eyes with dirty hands. Don't use excessive cosmetics, especially in the area around the eyes. Don't also use contact lenses before the doctor declares it safe. dusty and polluting too long Enough sleep Hopefully it helps ..