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What are treatment for sore eyes in children?

My kid got sore eyes. How long does sore eyes last. What are good treatment I can apply to it to lessen the redness at itchiness?
09/03/2012
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  • Mackenzie rose

    Sore eyes can also be understand as conjunctivitis. It is a widespread and common eye infection affecting for people of all ages. And here i how some methods that may help your sore eyes. Use a clean and warm compress on the closed eyes 2-3 minutes; Place your clothes eyes with chilled cucumber slices; You can also use rose water around your eyes with a cotton balls. It will help you reduce inflammation as well as discomfort.
    09/03/2012
  • Hunter

    Sore eyes (known as conjunctivitis) symptoms include red, watery and itchy eyes. This is a contagious but common eye infection. Signs and symptoms of sore eyes will peak in 3 to 4 days, and patient will be relieved and recover in about 10 to 14 days. There are many natural sore eyes treatments for both kids. These include adding some salt to boiled water, dipping cotton balls in this solution and then placing them over the sore eyes for relief. This should be done for about five minutes. You can even put sliced of peeled potato on the eye for about a quarter of an hour. Conjunctivitis usually clears up within a few days but the above treatment will help to soothe eyes. Now I will give you're the best treatment for sore eyes .first, wash the eye as much as possible. This will help to wash out the infectious organisms. Second, use green tea or Chamomile tea bags, Soak these tea bags in warm water and then use the liquid to wash your eyes. You can also place the moist tea bags over your eyes to reduce the itchiness and redness. But you'd better remember that children with conjunctivitis should always see a doctor before trying out any of the remedies given above. Or it will be dangerous.
    09/04/2012
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