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Sore and swollen eyelid. White secretion from eyes. Help

Hi Dr.Meyer,
My right eye continuously runs throughout the day and some of the night! When I wake up, I have whit dried secretion in that corner! My eyelashes in that corner are terribly sore to the touch! I thought fur to pollen being do terrible that it was an allergy issue! The eyelashes that are sore, some have come out and my eyelid is swelling into the top eyelid! What could this possible be and how do I get rid of this annoyance? The left eye started the same bit has about stopped and is nit soar and no swelling! Help :)
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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You are suffering from acute conjunctivitis in your right eye. You should take hot fomentation 3 times a day, use some anti-biotic eye drops locally 2 hourly and anti-biotic ointment at night. When you get up in morning, you should clean your eye with warm water with clean hands and boiled cotton. This should help you in 48 to 72 hours.

Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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