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Wearing lens, having red eye, eye infected. Treatment?

Respected Sir, I have an eye problem. i wear a lens to remove a spectacles. from last week suddenly my eye get a very red. so i go for the local eye specialist to investigate my eyes. he observe and conclude that the eye infection cause of lens and write a drop but till the day i can not get any result so what can i do the next step. pl. guide me Thanks, Well in advance
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Dear N.K.Shah, The problem which you have described is a common disorder in contact lens users but it is not to be taken lightly. First I would advise you to stop wearing your contact lenses immediately. Clean the lenses very thoroughly and change the lens cleaning solution every day. Get the contact lenses examined for any cracks/edge damage by a good optician or better still by an ophthalmologist. You may have to use anti allergic drops/antibiotic drops as advised by the ophthalmologist. additionallya lubricating eye drops may also be needed and finally consider going for a new contact lens after you have fully recovered.
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