Thursday, May 21, 2009

Common Contacts Eye Infections

Common contacts eye infections are pink eye and Blepharitis. These eye infections requite immediate treatment and eye drops that can neutralize the effect of these infections in the eye. If they are not cured on time then they might cause blindness. Contact eye infections can also affect any part of eyes from eye lids to cornea and lead to the optic nerve that connects eyes and brain. If you experience any of the symptoms of eye infections like persistent itching, constant pain in the eyes at the time of wearing contacts, eye discharge, watery and red eyes, swelling of tissue around eyes or eyelids, blurring vision and discomfort in the eyes then you are suspected to develop contacts eye infection and you are advised to visit the nearest doctor for and eye checkup.