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Prickly pain in eyelid. Have sarcoidosis, on azathioprine, hydrocloroquine, eye drops. Emergency ?

i am having prickly pain in my eyelid . I also have sarcoidosis and have been off my medication for about 6 days - forgot to go to the phamacy. The medication is azathioprine and hydrocloroquine. I am now administering prednisolone acetate opthamalic suspension eyedrops Should I see my eye doctor or wait to see if it subsides
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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I would suggest you to see your eye doctor. The fact you've been on Prednisolone acetate e/d along with azathioprine/ hydrochloroquine , you probably have uveitis already.
Answered: Thu, 22 Aug 2013
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