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One red eye reoccuring

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 2, 2011
  • 00:53 PM

For the past year and a half or so i have been getting one red bloodshot eye about once every 2-4 weeks, usually on Saturday or Sunday. It happens when I wake up in the morning and will stay red for 2-3 days and then goes away. It is usually only the left eye. When it happens I get eye crust in the corner of my eye and some floating puss which does clear after blinking. The eye is completely red and if you look under the lower eyelid it is more red than the usual colour / my other eyelid. It doesn't hurt but it feels irritated but not painful . I have been to the eye doctor before and my vision is fine. In the past I used to get one red ear often, it would randomly become extremely red and warm for hours, which I thought could be bloodpressure related . I wonder if the ear and eye thing are related, I don't get the red ear much anymore. Could the red eye be caused from rubbing/touching my eye while I'm asleep because it often happens when I wake up / when I wake it my eye is red


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  • Nice information about red eyes,..i really like red eyes,...
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  • This happens to me too! just my left eye, every couple of weeks it comes back for 3 days then goes. please help! it's really annoying because l can't wear my makeup and l'm a studying makeup artist so it's bad business to look like muck. haha
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  • Weird, I get exactly the same thing, usually on a Saturday or Sunday. Have you had any further ideas as to what causes it?
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