How to treat conjunctivitis

Conjunctiva is a disease that affects many people.


Do you have pain in one or both eyes?

Do you feel itchy eyes?

Do you have a feeling of burning or abrasion?

Do you have secretions that crust over overnight?

If you think you have any of these symptoms, you probably have conjunctivitis. Don't panic, there are plenty of ways to help relieve your pain.

Treat conjunctivitis

There are three types of conjunctivitis, viral, bacterial and allergic. Conjunctivitis of bacterial origin is cured by the application of antibiotic eye drops. If the conjunctivitis is viral, you will need to use antispetic eye drops. In the case of allergic conjunctivitis, stop the allergen in question (if you know which one is it) and do not put on makeup during the treatment. The treatment will be based on antihistamine eye drops.

It is advisable to consult a doctor or an ophthalmologist at the first symptoms so that he can prescribe the appropriate medication. Above all, do not use a medicine you already have or eye drops lying around in your pharmacy. Using the wrong eye drops can lead to complications.

The best solution is to consult as soon as possible.

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