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    PINK EYE
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    JJDSSA posted:
    I THINK MY 2YR OLD HAS PINK EYE, I THINK SHE MAY HAVE GOT THIS FROM A DOG HER GRANDMOTHER BROUGHT INTO THE HOME, THE DOG MIGHT HAVE LICKED CHILDS FACE AND OR EYE AREA. ANYBODY KNOW IF THIS CAN BE A CAUSE AND ANY IDEAS ON WHAT TO DO AS A CURE, I AM A POOR FATHER BUT WILL SELL EVERYTHING TO FIX MY BABY...
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    MIOB responded:
    I've never heard of a dog passing pick eye, but it's easily treated with a prescription. Either eye drops or a clear cream that you smear on the lid.
     
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    neeru_pdx responded:
    Generic antibiotic drops (not expensive) can be prescribed by your optometrist or pediatrician. Go see them asap. It is easy to treat, but should be done asap.


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