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Suffering from fever, prescribed Ibugesic, Oflaxicin. One eye s white portion is red with itching. Any side effect ?

hi doctor, my son age is 4+ . he suffered from fever last week, and doctor recommed Ibugesic plus for fever & ofloxacin oral suspension. he was feeling well with in 3-4 days but his one eye white portion is red and some itching problem. i ask to you this is side effect from his medicines or other problem ?

after that doctor recommed eye drop... wht should i do? Pls suggest
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Your son is probably suffering from viral infection ,which is leading to fever and redness of the eye ( conjunctivitis). I do not think this is the side effect of any of the medication he has been prescribed.Most of the time conjunctivitis settles in a few days, if not please contact an eye specialist.

Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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