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Please help me with an eyeball infection caused by wearing color contacts. This is an infection of the eyeball to be specific. I stopped wearing them and anything in my eyes for many, many days straight but the infection never went away. I have done trials where the first one was a certain amount of days and the next trial was another lengthy amount of days and it still is there, almost like it lies dormant again for me when I try to put the contacts back in my eyes and right when I do boom it starts to hurt and they get red and it always really affects the left eye. I just want my eyes to be better so I can wear them again. I would like to know what I can do to cure this.
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Some people have used eye washes containing Chamomile, Eyebright or Colloidal Silver for Conjunctivitis or Pink Eye. If it were me, I'd go to a natural health food store and see if there were any ready-to-use preparations for pink eye.

I advise that you don't take your eyesight for granted, once it's lost or compromised, there's no going back. I personally would not continue to use colored lenses once your infection clears up, not worth it, IMO. http://www.livestrong.com/article/12...ored-contacts/
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What I did was I overdid it, I wore them for an extended period of time, stupidly. Never will I do that again. I have read that before. I have silver hydrosol already, I am thinking about just putting the drops in my eyes, two drops and see how that goes.
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Make sure it is safe for eye use before you use. Protect your eyes by not putting anything that might be contaminated into them. You could lose your eyesight.
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How do I do that? I have a brand new Sovereign Silver Silver Hydrosol 10 PPM.
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I've never used colloidal silver as an eye drop myself, as I am very cautious as to what I put in my eyes, and not sure I'd be comfortable using it. Here is some advice in another thread about using it for eye infections...http://www.natmedtalk.com/showthread...ver#post185892
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That was a good thread, said in the first few lines what I read and was planning to do, two drops in each eye and the kind I have 10 PPM. I read the silver will sting the eye if the eye is infected and not if it is not infected. Pretty cool test to let you know.
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Good luck, and please let us know how you're doing.
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Try the silver orally too, help fight it from inside out too
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I wear prescription contacts and I don't know how aggressive colored ones are on the eyes, but I tend to get minor symptoms of what your describing. Make sure you use eye drops for contacts (which reminds me I need to do more) Also, don't waer them in front of the computer or any bright screen for more than 2 hours at a time. You should be happy with the color of your eyes anyway. I am looking to get eye surgery so I don't have to wear mine anymore.

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Please help me with an eyeball infection caused by wearing color contacts. This is an infection of the eyeball to be specific. I stopped wearing them and anything in my eyes for many, many days straight but the infection never went away. I have done trials where the first one was a certain amount of days and the next trial was another lengthy amount of days and it still is there, almost like it lies dormant again for me when I try to put the contacts back in my eyes and right when I do boom it starts to hurt and they get red and it always really affects the left eye. I just want my eyes to be better so I can wear them again. I would like to know what I can do to cure this.
Hi Natural,

If you are still looking for a solution to your eye infection problem, I recommend two modalities:

1) A Bowel Tolerance dose of ascorbic acid daily [you may be interested in at least the first ten paragraphs of this article by Dr. Robert Cathcart, MD: http://vitamincfoundation.org/www.or...om/titrate.htm]; and

2) Using a sodium ascorbate solution directly in/on your eyes.

I offer this only as "grist for your mill," Natural, and wish you the best of health!

Sincerely,

David
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I tried the silver on my infected eye and it didn't do a thing. Got a RX antibiotic drop and 2 days later my eye is good as new. The CS drops I had were 10ppm Sovereign Silver brand.
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