At the earliest sign of an eye infection you should make an appointment to come into our optometry practice, Dr. Dawn Rakich, O.D. At our vision practice, our top-notch optometrist, Dr. Dawn Rakich, will definitively diagnose and treat your eye infection, and provide you with the very best ultram dose.
When you have an eye infection, you may have conjunctivitis, keratitis, or some other eye infection problem. Problems in the eye can develop quickly, so it is important that you always come in immediately to have any eye infections treated before they cause more serious problems; prompt eye care in San Antonio Texas, can save your good vision. If you wear contact lenses, you are definitely more prone to getting eye infections because you probably touch your eyes several times a day, and your contact lenses themselves can carry infection. Conjunctivitis is a very common eye infection which is extremely contagious. Many children get it from friends at school, or at their daycare center. Conjunctivitis can be easily treated, once it is correctly diagnosed. Some common eye infection symptoms can include: eyes that are red; eyes that are painful; a discharge is coming from the eyes; your eyes watery; your eyes are sensitive to light; your eyes are swollen; your eyes are itchy; or you are experiencing blurred vision. Keratitis is a very common infection in patients who wear contact lenses. Keratitis can be caused by many different things, but it is often caused by a bacteria. Sometimes a patient can have this bacteria on their hands, and transmit it to their eyes by touching their eyes, or by touching the contact lenses which they put in their eyes. Additionally, if your contact lenses are not disinfected properly, they may become infected with keratitis bacteria. Even the lens case should be cleaned on a regular basis.
For an appointment to come in and see our eye doctor for ultram dose, contact us today.