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That's a good question. You'd think a stye would have cleared up by now.First off, I would suggest seeing one doctor repeatedly instead of...
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There is no anatomical communication from the ear canal to the corner of the eyes. I don't know what you are seeing, but what is coming out of...
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Many shallow corneal abrasions will quickly heal, but they are susceptible to getting infections. Most clinicians will use antibiotic eye drops for...
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A corneal abrasion is a scratch on the eye's cornea. The cornea is the clear, protective covering over the iris, which is the colored part of the...
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Eye exam. I would get eyes checked. Sounds like near sighted in left eye.
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Can't speak directly to a pilonidal? cyst close to the tailbone but in my experience working in urgent cares and assisting in minor surgeries...
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I think cats can cry. Mine likes to whine when he can't go outside.
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First, make an appointment with your doctor as it is probably pink eye, which is contagious.  A warm tea bag placed on the eye (with eye closed...
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Thyroid disease is one cause of eye pressure. Can be very serious. Seek medical opinion asap 
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It sounds like you may have stopped taking anti-depression medications on your own. Many people either feel better or experience  side effects...
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Tooth infection
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Amoxicillin does not cause pink eye. The standard treatment of pink eye (conjunctivitis) is with a prescription antibiotic drop or ointment. You will...
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Sounds like you may have the beginning stage of a sty. Stys are normally found under the eye lid, or along the eye lash area. When I get a sty...
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