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Allison walker

How to speed up pink eye recovery?

Is there any way that i can do to speed up the recovery of my pink eyes? Please help.
12/05/2012
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  • Richard M Fawcett

    Yes, there are some ways for you to do to speed up the recovery of the pink eyes. You should better not go out which the wind may bring the invisible bacterium in your eyes. You should use the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable which may increase the blood circulation in your eye nerves. You could also use the eye drops with anti-inflammation role which could get rid of the bacterium in your eyes. Then you could also use the medical treatment to quick the recovery of the pink eyes. You should keep on doing all the above ones. If so, you will get recovery from the pink eyes quickly.
    12/05/2012
  • Erin

    Well, actually, pink eyes happen to many people, and make them feel annoying and painful. First, you should know that pink eye is caused by inflammation of blood vessels. It is often termed as conjunctivitis, for the infection affects the eyes through allergens, bacteria or viruses. For your situation, you can try some ways. Generally speaking, some ice can be good. So you can put some ice on your eyes and change it frequently. Also, cool teabags can be effective too. Besides, some prescription eye drops should be taken too. anyway, just be careful about it.
    12/05/2012
  • chemicalumnesnt

    Pink eye is called conjunctivitis in medical terms too. It refers to the inflammation of eyes or tissue around eyes. Usually it is caused by bacteria, virus or allergy. Usually the inflammation will last for days, according to the different type of infection. Usually conjunctivitis will last for 7-14days. If you want to speed up recovery, you need to pay attention to the following points. 1. Don't overuse eyes. Make sure have good rest. 2. Avoid exposing to strong light. If you need to go outside, please wear sunglasses to prevent damages from sunrays. 3. Take medicine and eye drops prescribed by your doctor. 3. Have anti-inflammation diet. Don't eat anything irritant or spicy. 4. Don't rub your eyes. 5. Use collyrium with cups to wash your eyes could help. Hope your eyes clear out soon.
    12/06/2012
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