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Sore eye, redness. Applied eye ointment. Suggestions?

Hello, this morning I woke up with a very sore left eye. I do wear contacts and admit I have left them in over night before but have never had problems before. I left them in last night and woke up and could barely open my left he it was so painful. I quickly took the contact out and I have worn glasses today. Throughout the day it had gotten severely worse and it is very very red and sore. I made an appointment to see a doctor and he used an eye stain and to check if anything was in my but he couldn t see anything. He gave me eye ointment to take but it hasn t gotten any better. What else could you suggest?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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hi... dont use your contact lenses till u recover. if what your doctor has given you has steroid then please dont use it. you can use moxiflaxacin eye drops 6 times/day, occupol eye ointment 3times/day, refresh tears eye drops 1 hourly.
consult ophthalmologist if it does not improve or worsens.
take care
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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