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such that it sounds like both eyes are involved.  If the haze you are describing is on the surface of both eyes... into the eye, it could be coming from cataracts on the lenses. Either way, get those eyes examined...
as was When you say, "red eye", do you mean that the white part of the eyeball is red?  If so, does it look... Since you have indicated that this only involves just one of his eyes, this irritation...
purulent, and there isn't any redness around the eyes, this is most likely the result of a mild allergic..., and whether you keep the dog inside or outside. Some of the short-faced dogs tend to have a lot more eye discharge, even...
Is this the same cat from the question submitted 3 days ago?  What glands are you referring to? Helpful Buckeye
Red, red whine by Stuart G. Patient Expert Palpitations; 1 Unwell alcoholic; 1 Lacerated hand; 1 Near faint and panic attack; 1 Faint; 1 Cut above eye. The first call was a Red simply because the caller told us the patient was ‘not alert’. This is one...
This sounds like an odd reaction to a drink of just wine and orange juice. You may want to check with your doctor.
The drops were obviously not the right thing to put in your eyes. I think, a luke warm chamomile bath, i.e. gauze pads soaked in chamomile tea (lightly squeezed out) put on closed eyes while lying...
Coolie, The primary answer to this should always be "ask your teacher". That having been said...  There are several reasons you may have redness in your eyes. The first thing that I feel is a sensitivity to chemicals or...
Is the red mark on the front surface of the eye...the cornea?  Or, is it on the white part of the eye?  If it's on the cornea, it probably arose as a result of a scratch or puncture to the cornea...
I think you need to take your dog to an ophthalmologist. That discharge can be indicative of infection.

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Diagnosis If you think that you have injured your eye, you should see your doctor or, if possible, visit ... » Read on
Symptoms ... , usually only one eye is affected, aching, painful, red eye - pain can range from mild aching to intense discomfort, ... » Read on