What To Do If A Child Of The Conjunctiva ?

Certainly many parents faced with this disease. Because conjunctivitis – is perhaps one of the most common eye disease. Moreover, this disease does not select patients based on age and affects background of another illness caused by a virus or infection. The most common bacterial conjunctivitis, which is manifested in two thirds of cases. His main reason – is a children's habit of rubbing your eyes with dirty hands.

Although Bacterial conjunctivitis can get sick and being in a dusty environment in case of eye dust. Usually when these kinds of conjunctivitis doctors prescribe eye drops and antibiotiki. Allergic konyuktivity can be called allergies to dust domashnyuyu, different foods, pollen, various medicines and so on. Their symptoms are very revealing: swelling of the eyelids and mucous membranes, eyes without blushing. Allergic conjunctivitis quickly pass if you start taking antihistamines, while eliminating the causes libo allergies.

Measures for the prevention of disease is very simple: ppiuchite her children to wash hands frequently, ventilate the room, let the kids vitamins to strengthen the immune system, monitor the child's diet. If your baby is still zabolel, then a kindergarten or school for a while will remember that the conjunctivitis is not "nabrosilsya" to their peers. Be sure to wash your hands, wash touch her eyelashes as you can re-infection. To take effect drops, ask your child to keep glazik open, be patient, try to pull the lower eyelid a little and get a drop in the eye slit. Need obrascheniya to the doctor due to the fact that konyuktivit cause oslozhneniya, which sometimes lead even to loss of vision. But do not be afraid. Delivered on time specialist diagnosis and prescription, stop the disease quickly. Most likely to occur conjunctivitis in children weakened with chronic illness. It is therefore important that the treatment was not a point, and complex. None of the disease does not appear simply because many of them can be prevented.

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