Symptoms of bacterial keratitis may include:
• Reduced vision;
• Pain in the eye (often sudden);
• Increased light sensitivity;
• Excessive tearing or discharge from your eye.
If you experience any of these symptoms, especially if they come on suddenly, call your ophthalmologist right away. If not taken care of, a keratitis eye infection can lead to blindness. Bacterial keratitis treatment must be started right away to prevent vision loss.
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