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Bacterial infection in one eye of my 9 year old daughter

Hello,

My daughter developed an infection when she was 5 years and poor girl still needs to be putting some or the other allopathic drops.
These drops were immudrops, pataday first.. these didn't help for long and on problem getting more severe, doctor advised to use steroidal drops - lotepred, for 2 weeks and eyes would be fine.. it only suppressed I think as the infection would come back again..now I am using occupol ointment once in 2 or 3 days to keep it going. My doctor says, it will go on until 12 years of age approximately.

Here are the symptoms
1. Eye would turn red when drops or ointment is not put.
2. Sometimes, like 2 or 3 times in a year I see stye also getting developed which goes after hot water compress.

Kindly advise on this matter.

Thanks
Pawan
 
  Pawan.d on 2019-01-02
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
what happens when the eyes turn red?please give the details .

is it periodical,same time,every year?which months?or throughout the year?

styes,which months?

any other symptoms you may like to add.
 
anuj srivastava 5 months ago
Redness is just the beginning in my opinion of an infection setting in.. In last couple of years, I have seen it twice that it starts with redness and then turns into an infection which was almost close to the cornea the first time 4 years back. The second time I was cautious and gave lotepred in time which happened a year later.. since the first time, I'm being advised to put immudrops and pataday drops whixh are not steroidal. but after many months these two also had less effect and couldn't help eye not turn red, which as I said is the first symptom of the infection. Then the drops changed to ocupol ointment which is still continuing. In the last month, December 2018, while ocupol was being given, from somewhere while playing outside, she caught some dust and I could see two styies getting developed, one each in lower and upper eye lid, not at the corners. It was been winters only when she gets styies. Hot water compress has helped and the styies have reduced.. last time also, I had i had done the same. Occupol each alternate day is still on to control the redness and infection.
Redness and infection can come any time if I don't put the drops or ointment. So it's not seasonal. Otherwise the girl is pretty cheerful and enjoys playing indoor and outdoor as well.
 
Pawan.d 5 months ago
STAPHYSAGRIA 30 2 DROPS THREE TIMES A DAY IN SOME WATER AND FERRUM PHOS 6X,3 TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.

FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 5 months ago
Thank you Anuj.
I've given staphysagria 200 for the last 3 days and the sties are gone now..sty was not a major issue in my opinion.. as it comes in and go once in a year, staphysagria is what I've given her since last. I am more worried about the bacterial infection which is not going away for the last many years. She is back to ocupol ointment which is steroidal.
any remedy for this long standing bacterial infection.
Thanks.
 
Pawan.d 5 months ago
ARE YOU GIVING FP?IF NOT START GIVING. FEEDBACK EVERY 4 DAYS.

SULPHUR 200.EARLY MORNING EMPTY STOMACH ONE DOSE.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2019-01-05 13:29:31]
 
anuj srivastava 5 months ago
Okay, starting today. Ferrum phos and sulphur.
[Edited by Pawan.d on 2019-01-06 07:03:21]
 
Pawan.d 5 months ago
sulphur only one dose do not repeat
 
anuj srivastava 5 months ago

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