Conjunctivitis (red eyes) - one of the most common eye infections and is an inflammation of the mucous membranes (conjunctiva) that lines the inner surface of the eyelids and the whites of the eyes.
Eye - a very sensitive organ, so if you are worried, contact your doctor immediately.Symptoms may include: redness, irritation, sudden pain and blurred vision, and the reason - from allergic reactions, headaches or hay fever to a foreign body in the eye, or an ordinary fatigue.
When conjunctivitis occurs redness of the eyes, because the blood vessels in the whites expand and redden.When conjunctivitis is caused by an infection, it is very easily transmitted.Although conjunctivitis is usually not a serious disease, it must be cured quickly, in order to prevent possible complications and transmission of the disease to others.With appropriate treatment of conjunctivitis completely disappear within two or three weeks.
Sometimes eye problems are a symptom of a more serious ailment.
• Bacterial or viral inf
• A possible cause may be allergies (pollen, cosmetics, contact lens solution).
• Conjunctivitis can occur when air pollution or the presence of chemical irritants.
• Infectious cervical disease (chlamydia, genital herpes or gonorrhea) in a pregnant woman can cause conjunctivitis in children.
• A possible cause of the disease can be a partial blockage of the tear duct.
• protein red eyes.
• Itching and sensation of having sand in the eye.
• Discharge from the eye.
• Excessive tearing.
• Dried crusts, which are formed during sleep, can close up forever.
• swollen eyelids.
• intolerance to bright light (photophobia).
• The diagnosis can usually be delivered on the basis of physical examination.
• Can be taken swabs for culture seeding to determine the type of bacterial infection that caused conjunctivitis.
• Please consult a physician or ophthalmologist to confirm the diagnosis.It is important to determine whether infectious conjunctivitis, bacterial or viral origin.Bacterial conjunctivitis is more dangerous and requires medical treatment;viral conjunctivitis usually goes away without complications.
• Your doctor may prescribe an antibiotic, steroid drops or ointment.Use them as directed and make sure that the tip of the vial with drops did not touch his eyes.
• When infectious conjunctivitis soak a clean cloth in warm water, wring it dry, and apply to the eye.
• In allergic conjunctivitis, use a cold compress on the eyes.antihistamines may also be recommended.
• If you are ill, itchy eyes, apply a poultice on them, soaking it in a pre-infusion sunflower, chamomile or marigold.
• If you have inflamed, swollen eyes or you have conjunctivitis, use fennel.
• parsley and lemon juice - an effective remedy for eye diseases, as well as extracts of roses, has a calming effect.
• If you have tired eyes, put on the eyelids rose petals or fresh cucumber slices, lay down on the sofa and lie down in a relaxed state for 1 minute.
• Try to never touch the eye, for example, when inserting contact lenses.
• Wash your hands often with soap and warm water.
• Frequently change towels and pillowcases.
• Do not give anyone your own towels.
• Do not use the same makeup for the eyes with the other person;Replace cosmetics every four to six months.
• Avoid substances that cause irritation to the eyes.
• Consult your doctor if symptoms of conjunctivitis does not decrease after three or four days of treatment, especially if you have a fever, severe pain or blurred vision.In the case of bacterial conjunctivitis prompt treatment can help avoid complications.