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Children are going to be seen by a 108 Eye and Health Centre consultant paediatric ophthalmologist. Initial appointments for youngsters can take 60-90 minutes. Common problems affecting children include Lazy Eye (Amblyopia), squints (Strabismus), and Watery Eye (Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction).

Infective Conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis is an infection within the membrane lining the attention and inside the eyelids, called the conjunctiva. the attention becomes red, sticky or watery, and may be itchy, sore and uncomfortable. The infection can affect one eye or both eyes.

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Infection are often caused by an epidemic (such because the cold virus, the flu virus and lots of others) or, less often, by bacteria. Conjunctivitis isn't normally serious and in many cases gets better on its own. Some people notice that they need a chilly , pharyngitis or feel unwell at an equivalent time.

Most infections will clear abreast of their own. Viral infections don't answer antibiotics and therefore the infection may last two to 3 weeks before the body’s innate immunity is in a position to clear the virus – a bit like once we have the flu. Clean any discharge/crusting away with a cotton pad and water. Antibiotic drops and/or lubricating drops could also be prescribed for a brief course. during a very small number of cases, during which there's a severe viral infection , anti-inflammatory steroid drops could also be needed.

Virus infections are very contagious (catching) and spread by contact with infected tissues, towels, pillowcases and even door handles and also by droplet spread through sneezing and coughing. Washing hands frequently and not sharing towels/pillows is vital to scale back the spread. Nurseries and schools might not allow children to attend whilst they need an infection.

If your children develop any of the symptoms do visit 108 eye and health centre for immediate check up

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