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Eye discharge

Causes, treatments and herbal remedies

Eye discharge is a normal part of the eyes’ defence mechanism, but occasionally it indicates a problem in the eye. On this page, eye health advisor Morag Lindsay explores the unpleasant topic of eye discharge; what it is, what causes it and what you can do about it.

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  • Bhagya's photo avatar
    Bhagya — 22.02.2018 13:23
    2.5 year baby continuesly going yellow wastegs in her eyes what to madam

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      morag — 23.02.2018 11:53
      Hello, If your child eyes are producing a thick yellow or green discharge, or there is redness and swelling around the eyes, this could indicate an eye infection. I would let the doctor know for further advice.

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