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A friend of mine has a problem that cannot be solved that easily, as he said. He has some vesicles on the eye and he said that it is some sort of herpes. Is that herpes ophthalmic? If it is, how can it be treated? Is his sight in any danger because of this problem?

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Yes, there is a great chance that it might be that herpes ophthalmic. It is a serious condition but you have to know that it can be treated with anti viral medications. The only problem is that this cannot kill the herpes, it sill remains dormant waiting for the next chance to emerge. And there might be some vision issues and if that happens, cornel transplantation might be necessary.
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Hallo,
As much as I know this is very problematic condition that is very dangerous. I think that the best option for him to do the antigen skin test to determine if he has this condition. There are several things that can be done in the case if this is the condition that he has. First they will need to treat the wounds then start the antiviral medication and if there is any bacterial infection he might need some antibiotics as well. As you can see this can be treated if the treatment starts on time. So it is very important for his to see a doctor about this condition.

All the best to you,
Karen
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