EYE PROBLEMS

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It’s perfectly natural to be concerned about eye problems.

Almost everyone experiences an eye problem at some point in their lives, whether this is a run-of-the-mill infection, or a more serious issue that affects their vision.

While they will often clear up on their own, some may require medication to treat and for other issues, you’ll need to see a specialist.

In any case, it can be reassuring to find out the cause as soon as possible and confirm whether or not there is anything to worry about.

Our GPs can talk through your symptoms, examine the problem you're having and prescribe the medication you'll need to get it cleared up. If needed, they can also refer you to a specialist for further treatment or testing.

Take a look below to see just some of the common eye problems that we’ve helped people tackle to date.

 

Blepharitis
Swollen, red and itchy eyelids.
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Conjunctivitis
A bacterial infection leading to red or pink eyes.
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Keratitis
A swollen, scratched or infected cornea.
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How common are eye problems?

While most people will experience a problem with their eyes at some point in their lives, these are mostly minor and will clear up on their own.

 

However, a range of problems may persist, especially as we get older. Fortunately, there’s a range of things that can be done to correct issues and get your eyes back to full health. 

 

In some cases, issues with your eyes can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, or a side effect of problems like a stroke. 

 

Our GPs can discuss your symptoms, examine any visibly affected area and if necessary, prescribe medication to effectively address your problem.

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