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Does conjunctivitis be a complication of gonorrhea and chlamydia disease?

i m a 21 years old male, i have been treated for gonorrhea and chlamydia last 3 weeks with azithromycin 1g and cefixime 400mg for 2 days and after 3 days my penile discharge is now gone and i don t have any painful sensation when urinating but i still have a problem my eyes is now having a slight red color on the veins of my eye and a little bit itchy, teary, dry and there is discharge in the eyes, i am wearing glasses with astigmatism grade could this be a complication of having gonorrhea and chlamydia please help me i m really worried what should i do?
Asked On : Fri, 6 May 2011
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gonorrheal or gonococal conjunctivitis is know entity & more common in gonorrheal disease patients,it can be treated by antibiotic eye drops ,so consult eye surgeon get treated
Wish you speedy recovery
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