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Conjunctivitis / Pink Eye

Conjunctivitis, or the pink eye or Madras eye, is a common infection of the eye which causes the conjunctiva (outermost layer of the eye) to become red and inflamed. Sometimes it is also caused by allergies.

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Asked By : fatima143

Asked on : 29 Jul 2011   

my daughter eyes are infected since she's born. I went to eye specialist
and he told me that her ducts are blocked.Now im worried about her because since 2 weeks her one eye is infected a lot and tears come out.I also used lots of different antibiotic drops such as vegamox and oxcin.it get well but after some time the infection comes back.Now plz tell me what to do? she is 8 month old.

Asked By : Rakesh.Nautiyal

Asked on : 02 Sep 2010   

I need help in identifying which doctors should i consult.

1. I am experiencing difficulty in visibility and less feeling around my left eye after i used too much of ciplox-d for conjuctivitis.

2. I have about 50% feeling in my right thigh after i went through a laser procedure for stone treatment in delhi, this happened as i was in enesthesia and may be becaus of wrong posture somewhere blood circulation stopped in my thigh, this is since last 1-2 years.

3. I have recently experienced pain in extreme low end of my spin. it may be due to excessive sitting.

Please advise good doctors and hospitals in Bangalore Jaya Nagar area


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