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What are causes, symptoms of sudden acceleration of Madras eye infection in Chennai?

Chennai: Doctors have informed that the incidence of Madras eye is increasing in the capital Chennai.

Chennai: Doctors have informed that the incidence of Madras eye is increasing in the capital Chennai. Monsoon is starting now in Tamil Nadu. Good rains have been received at widespread places in the state. Meanwhile, due to climate change, Madras Eye is spreading rapidly in various places in the capital Chennai.

In just a few days, the number of hospitalizations due to Metral Eye continues to increase. Doctors say that at least 50 people visit Madras Eye Hospital every day for treatment. They also noted that although Madras is an easily curable disease, timely treatment is required.

Now that the monsoon season has started, due to this climate change Madras Eye is spreading rapidly in the capital Chennai. Madras eye occurs when a virus infects the membrane that connects the eyeball and eyelid. It is capable of spreading very rapidly through the air. Therefore, if one person is infected, there is a risk that it can quickly spread to others.

Redness of the eye and watery discharge from the eye is the main symptom. Eye irritation and eyelid adhesions are also major symptoms of madras eye. Also, the eye feels itchy when going outside. When such symptoms occur, you should go to the hospital immediately.

This Madras eye infection can spread very easily. It can easily spread to others if other people use personal items used by people with Madras Eye. Once it gets to one member of the family, it can easily spread to others. Therefore, Madras eye sufferers need to be careful.

Especially if it is in an AC room, the infection can spread very fast. Most of the time, this condition will heal easily with medical treatment. If Madras Eye is affected, stay in a separate room for up to 4 days. Separate items should be used. With proper treatment, Madras eye can heal quickly. But if not treated on time, it can also lead to blurred vision.

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