i am having from past 3 years. the infection comes in cold season giving terribl

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    deepakthodatyposted 7 years ago

    i am having from past 3 years. the infection comes in cold season giving terrible pain to my...

    head and below the left eye fungus forms? please tell me what i have to do?

  2. websclubs profile image53
    websclubsposted 7 years ago

    Eye Fungus
    consult with their eye doctor immediately

    your contact lenses
    your contact lens wearers, Wash your hands regularly with soap and water.

    To reduce the potential for contamination of eye drops, consumers should not touch the tip of the bottle to their eye, should not allow anything else to touch the tip of the bottle and should always put the cap on the bottle immediately after use.
    http://blogs.webmd.com/eye-on-vision/20 … ng-us.html

    prevention measures include thorough washing of hands before touching the eyes and regular eye exams see a doctor immediately to avoid serious complications.
    immediate treatment to ensure permanent eyesight damage does not take place.

    Do not wear contact lenses while you have a fungal eye infection.
    "should consult with their eye doctor immediately"

    Most at risk are those who use intravenous drugs, premature infants, postpartum women and those who have recently undergone abdominal or ocular surgery or who suffer from various debilitating diseases, according to WebMD. the use of antifungal medication is recommended as the first line of defense. The most commonly prescribed remedy is an injection of Amphotericin B. This antifungal is usually prescribed only for very serious or life-threatening fungal infections,"you should consult with their eye doctor immediately"

    People who wear contact lenses are at risk for contracting fusarium keratitis because of certain contact lens solutions that hold fungus in a warm, moist environment combined with contaminants that may damage the surface of the eye in unwashed lens cases.
    So lens wearers should be careful to clean lens cases properly

    Eye Fungus Remedies
    eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/way_5501792_eye-fun … z1A0Ui7TD4
    Should consult with their eye doctor immediately!

  3. entconsult profile image73
    entconsultposted 7 years ago

    In cold weather the nasal cilia may slow down. Slow cilia allows infection to develop. the best thing to do is to get those nasal cilia moving. Check out my Hub pages here on sinus problems.
    Best wishes,
    Murray Grossan, M.D.


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