My left eye has been a bit red from past 2 weeks. It's little reddish in the morning but gets better over the day and looks mild red by noon. I don't have anything coming out of eye like in case of conjuctivitis. I have also been getting good sleep (7-8 hours) and work stress has been moderate to high sometimes.
The only problem I see is that, I get strained little sooner when I use computer and feel little dryness. I saw my physian today and he thought it may be some infection and prescribed sulfacetamide. He however said, he'd recommend me to an opthamologist next week. I just want to seek your opinion as getting appt and going to opthamologist may take a while.
Thanks in advance and I'd really appreciate your answers.
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