Why does my conjunctivitis keep coming back?

If you’re getting recurrent conjunctivitis, you need to find out what the source of the infection is. Conjunctivitis is caught from someone else, or it can arise as a result of a low-grade infection, but either way, you need to seek expert help to make sure that it’s cured once and for all. One of our patients had severe recurrent conjunctivitis to the extent where it clouded her cornea and caused her to have blurred vision. She could not get rid of it, and it was a very worrying time for her. It was only when she finally sought help at Clinica London that her problem was solved and she is now looking and feeling much better.

By |2019-04-04T16:12:18+00:00November 23rd, 2018|Allergic Eye Disease, Conjunctivitis, General Eye Conditions|Comments Off on Why does my conjunctivitis keep coming back?

Sneezing, watery, itchy and red eyes. Do you have allergic conjunctivitis?

Allergies are no laughing matter. And when they strike it can feel like a never-ending cycle of sneezing, blocked sinuses and watery, itchy eyes. On top of that, you might develop a rash or eczema, or worse - go into anaphylactic shock, which is life-threatening. If you suffer from allergies and over-the-counter remedies are not working, you can seek expert advice here at Clinica London. We have an ophthalmologist and a dermatologist who work in partnership to provide specialised treatment for your particular allergy.

By |2018-08-23T13:01:56+00:00August 28th, 2018|Allergic Eye Disease, General Eye Conditions|Comments Off on Sneezing, watery, itchy and red eyes. Do you have allergic conjunctivitis?