Health Conditions

Eye Pain

What is Eye Pain?

Eye pain can be caused by a number of conditions, but it is most commonly treated with medication after surgery. Injury or infection can also cause eye pain. Symptoms can include irritation, burning, stinging, red eyes, and tearing.

Treatment for post-surgical eye pain typically involves eye drops or ointments for use while healing. Some drugs typically used include NSAIDs (Acuvail, Acular LS) and corticosteroids (Lotemax, Durezol). If the pain is caused by an infection, treatment with antibiotics or antivirals will help resolve the underlying issue.

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