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Is it Uveitis??
I got red eye for some days without eye pain, blurry vision, tears and discharge. But at late night study I felt some ring-like structure for 15 mins in right eye for 3 times in a week. After that I got no symptoms of it. Is it uveitis??? What should I do during lockdown???
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As per your symptoms, this doesn't look like uveitis. Looks like conjunctivitis. If symptoms are not there anymore, you need not use anything
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Reduce screen time
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Hi, is there any correlation between the colored halos in front of eyes and redness in the eyes. Is there any past or family history of uveitis or glaucoma? Have you ever had an eye pressure checked? Although halos can occur with Dry Eyes or conjunctivitis, you shoul get a detailed check done once lockdown is over. Till then avoid excessive screen use, drink plenty of water and perhaps use a lubricant eye drops. Hope this helps.
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This is not uveitis,seems to be excessive screen use.you may use an antibiotic like milflox-1drop 4 times,and tear substitutes like genteal- 1 drop 4 times.
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As per your history of discharge ,watering and blurring of vision with coloured halos not associated with pain, it looks like conjunctivitis. However for a more appropriate diagnosis,Please share a close up pic of your eyes with information about pain redness watering discharge itching and blurring of vision etc.
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Hi it doesn’t fit into the uveitis spectrum ,, just apply refresh tears 3 times a day and if symptoms still persist consultation will be required
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Take a break from screen. You will be alright
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It’s probably not uveitis but redness and discomfort caused by dry eyes due to excessive screen time. For the ring that u have been seeing will require a detailed eyecheck up later
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Try reducing your screen time. Take break every 50 mins for 5 mins and rest ur eyes. You can use off the counter lubricating artificial tears eye drops 4 times a day if the symptoms persist and consult when its feasible.
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Redness can be due to many causes. Doesn't seem to be uveitis in your case. Will need detailed examination to know precisely.
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for the time being reduce screen time and use lubricating drops.
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