Ask an Eye Doctor and Get an Answer ASAP
It does make sense, and I forgot to tell you that when I was first diagnosed with Pinkeye, the Urgent Care Dr. gave me the most commonly used eyedrops to fight the pinkeye for ten days...I forgot the name of it. After a Month, I went back to the same Dr. and he then recommended Gentamicin, and the condition seem to worsen after 7 days. I couldn't take it anymore and went to the emergency room and the Dr. on call recommended that I see an Opthamologist and he prescribed an steriod to help with the inflamation. The next day I went to the Opthamologist, and he question why somebody would prescribe Gentamicin because it was like throwing gasoline on a fire he said, so he prescribed Zylet for 10 days. The condition didn't improve so I went back two days ago, and now he has prescribed ALREX. When he prescribed the Zylet he said to only use it in the right eye because the left eye appeared to clear, but after four days I had to put it in both eyes because the redness was coming back in the left. I seemed to have a lot of sticky discharge in the corner of the eyes throughout the day, and sometimes a throbbing or twitching condition occurs. The pain is not severe, but noticeable...not like a headache, but more like a discomfort until I rub my eyes. People are starting to comment that i look tired, and my eyes are so bloodshot. It really has me concerned!