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Kaylee tuener


11/20/2012

Does pink eye go away naturally?

Is there any medicine that can help pink eyes? Or pink eyes can go away naturally as time goes by?
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  • elmo01

    11/20/2012

    Well, in some degree, pink eyes can go away naturally. So you may not need to take some measures to treat them. But on the other hand, there are also some ways you can have a try, so the recovery can be fast. As we know that a contagious ailment like pink eye is caused by inflammation of blood vessels. Often termed as conjunctivitis, the infection affects the eyes through allergens, bacteria or viruses. There are several things you can do to speed up the healing process of pink eyes fast .and in that way, you don't always have to use medication to alleviate the problem. For example, you can put some ice on your eyes and change it frequently. Also, you can surf the internet and look into some information which can give you good advices on how to eat properly. By all means, if your eyes become severely infected, it is important to consult your doctor. And in my opinion, eye drops can be the medicine you can try to heal it.
  • EDGAR Schneider

    11/21/2012

    You'd better use some anti-inflammation medicines to get the pink eyes away. You should better not go out often during this time because the wind with dust may make the pink eyes get serious. You should not use the computer often. And you should not use the same towel with your family members because the pink eyes are contagious.
  • bell

    11/21/2012

    Yes, it would go away in 7 to 10 days without medical treatment. It is a well-known that pink eye is a common eye problem that is caused mainly by bacteria or virus. However, it is contagious and spread very easily. So you had better use some medical treatment to assist relieve the symptoms during the process. You can utilize OTC antihistamine eye drops for killing the bacteria or virus of pink eye, such as Naphcon-A. Or you could make a cold and warm compress several times in the first week. But remember wash your hands before touching your eyes.
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