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steven


11/08/2012

Why is my eye pink around the iris?

I find my eyes appear pink around the iris. What causes it? Is there any way i can clear it ?
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  • Jacqueline warren

    11/09/2012

    Well, it seems that you have got red eyes. As a matter of fact, it is one of the most common eye problems and a lot of people get it due to improper lifestyle. So, lack of sleep, smoking, drug taking, and some other causes could give rise to red and pink eyes. What I recommend to you is to get some eye drops under the doctor's directions. In less than 2 weeks, you are gonna be ok.
  • Jacob adams

    11/08/2012

    It is a very common disease that cannot affect your normal life. Pinkeye ,or conjunctivit is usually not serious. Without medical treatment, it will last 7 to 10 days. Viruses or bacteria, dry eyes from lack of tears or exposure to wind and sun, chemicals, fumes, or smoke (chemical conjunctivitis) cause it. It is highly contagious and needs to be treated with antibiotic drops. So you'd better bring a note from a doctor and take some medicines. www.webmd.com is an excellent site that can offer you much information about pink eye.
  • anderson

    11/08/2012

    There are several reasons that can cause the pink around he iris. Usually, the pink look around the iris in the eyes is caused by the enlarged and dilated blood vessels in the surface of eyes. It can be caused because of infection, eye strain, weightlifting, fierce sports, hurt as well as drinking too much alcohol etc. So, You'd better get your eyes checked by a doctor and then take the right treatment. Best wishes.
  • Daniel christian

    11/09/2012

    This may be the front symptom of the bloodshot eyes. You should take care of the eyes, not letting them in front of computer for a long time. They are too tired which need the rest. You just have a good rest for the eyes. In addition, you could use the eye drops to release the symptom.
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