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If you wear contact lenses, then a contact lens-keratitis can cause a recurring unilateral eye inflammation. Also, an intraocular inflammation called uveitis (or iritis) can cause a recurring unilateral eye inflammation that clearas with medicine but then comes back again. If you are having this issue with an optometrist at the wheel, then I would recommend that you seek treatment from an ophthalmologist as you are more likely to get this properly diagnosed, treated, and followed with an ophthalmologist.
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