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Hi, I am having eye infection since November end. On 28th visited a doctor and was told I have conjuctive viral. Then on 4th Dec I visited another doctor and he told me I have stye. And lastly on 6th Jan I visited one more doctor and he gave 3 drops for the eyes. One was molef, zol-ah and lub plus for 5 days also one night cream to be applied only at night. I will be attaching all the prescriptions. Now today even after all the medications my eyes are swollen and have irritation. Doctor says I have congestion. Please let me know what to do. Today I have ne prescribed 3 drops, 2 tablets shampoo for hair and 2 blood test. Is it severe. Do i need to get admit. As I want to recover soon because this is affecting my studies and job. Please help
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I think you are suffering from squamous blepharitis (white deposit on lid margin  along with itching and redness if eyes), if yes it squamous blepharitis, please send photos  l will give proper prescription,with regards
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hello. admission is not required. With your treatment regime looks like they have diagnosed blepharitis.. dandruff like problem on the eyelashes, frequently leads to stye. It might take some time to reduce, thorough examination is hopefully done to reach the diagnosis and hence treat accurately. what are the blood tests asked?
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