The Delinquent Season, The Dublin International Film Festival on April 25th.
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Repost from @ofycm
Pink Eye: there are many causes of red eye in children. The most common three causes of red eye are viral infections, bacterial infections or allergies. The medical term for red eye is conjunctivitis, because the redness of the eye comes from inflammation of the layer of the eye called the conjunctiva. The most common of the three causes is viral, which is known by most as “pink eye”. Your doctor will diagnose a viral infection if your child presents with a red eye during or after a cold, your child presents with one red eye that then spreads a few days later to the other eye, your child has thin/watery discharge, and/or itchy eyes. For viral pink eye, cold compresses and/or saline eye drops are the only treatments that are needed- antibiotic drops will not affect the virus. A red eye is likely to be a bacterial infection if your child has only one eye that is red, there is yellow or green discharge coming from their eye and there is a lot of crustiness around the eye (the eye appears glued shut when the child wakes up in the morning). Bacterial red eye usually resolves on it’s own as well, but an antibiotic eye drop or ointment can help it resolve faster in 24-48 hours (once treatment begins). Bacterial and viral red eye are very contagious so make sure all close contacts are washing their hands frequently and you are not sharing anything that can come in contact with the eye such as towels, pillows and so on. Allergic red eye occurs when your child is allergic to something in their environment (ex. ragweed, tree pollen, pets). It affects both eyes, there is little to no discharge, eyes are very watery, and eyes are usually very itchy. The treatment for allergic red eye is usually oral antihistamines or eye drops with antihistamine properties. Has your little one had a red eye, if so what was your experience? .
Thanks to @lindsaykorman for the adorable picture of her little man!