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Left eye red and painful in Aug 2016. Diagnosed nodular scleritis. Given wysalone tabs, 60mg a day, reducing 10 mg a week for 28 days and navnec drops 3 times a day. Redness subsided but after 3 weeks, again symptoms appeared. Was given pred forte drops 4 times a day, reducing 1 drop a week for 28 day's. This treatment will end in 10 days. If i get the symptoms again, should i continue pred forte? Please help as I am out of town and can't meet my doctor.

Dr.Vaibhev Mittal 90% (3768ratings)
Fellowship In Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
Left eye red and painful in Aug 2016. Diagnosed nodular scleritis. Given wysalone tabs, 60mg a day, reducing 10 mg a ...
Hello scleritis is a disease which needs investigation to rule out any underlying disease in body treatment is steroids which is tapered slowly over weeks kindly consult local uveitis specialist.
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Sir, from few days whenever I used mobile phone for any purpose a light headache and my both eyes started burning (JALAN hone). So I started less use of mobile, but it happens if I use more than a minute. Is there any problem? Than please prescribed me to cure from it.

Dr.Tanmay Palsule 92% (6473ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Sir, from few days whenever I used mobile phone for any purpose a light headache and my both eyes started burning (JA...
Most of the time burning eyes are symptomatic of eyestrain, irritants or perhaps conjunctivitis. Anyone who stares at words on the page or a computer screen for any length of time is bound to experience periods of burning eyes, perhaps accompanied by headaches. As well, those who drive on the highway for long periods of time may also be subject to burning eyes that are dry and simply tired of staring in the distance for hours on end. Sometimes just a small particle or a flying gnat can get in your eyes feeling like a brick is lodged under the eyelid. Some common causes of burning eyes also include: Prolonged exposure to the sun Glare from snow or water Irritation from exposure to chemicals such as soaps, makeup and shampoos Trauma to the eye Allergies Contact lenses As a matter of fact, being overtired can cause burning eyes as well. Your eyes are extremely delicate and highly sensitive so it doesn’t take much to irritate them. From ill fitting contact lenses to exposure to sun and other elemental irritants, burning eyes are a common problem. However there are also certain diseases of the eye that can cause burning and headache like Opthalmia neonatorum, Scleritis, Blepharitis, Corneal ulcer, Sjogren’s syndrome.
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