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My son woke up with red eyes. I put visine in them. I noticed

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My son woke up with red eyes. I put visine in them. I noticed on his left eye that there are 3 tiny bubbles. What could cause this and what can I do about it.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Stan replied 6 years ago.

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It is likely he is experiencing the symptoms of redness and conjunctival cyst from tear film dysfunction and unintentional eye rubbing at night or eye irritation. This is common and will resolve with supportive care. To resolve this problem, I suggest that he use over the counter Zaditor eye drop 4 times daily for 1 week, and preservative free tear drop such as Refresh or Genteal tear drop 4 times daily, at least 10 minutes apart from the Zaditor eye drop. If the fails to significantly resolve in 1 week, or worsen at any time, I suggest that he follow-up with the eye doctor for closer evaluation under the silt-lamp.

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