FAQ's For Eye Herpes

What is Eye Herpes?

Eye herpes is the infection of the eyes due to the herpes virus. It can affect the lids producing blepharitis, the conjunctiva causing conjunctivitis and cornea giving rise to keratitis. If not treated, it can lead to blindness.

Should you see a Doctor for Eye Herpes?

You should definitely see an ophthalmologist for eye herpes as he is the competent authority who can guide you correctly and prevent complications.

Is Eye Herpes Contagious?

If the discharge from the eye is touched, it can spread the virus. Hence, towels and handkerchiefs should not be shared.

How Common is Eye Herpes?

Eye herpes is not very common; the percentage can be approximately about 10-20% of the cases with herpes.

What Causes Eye Herpes?

It is caused by the herpes simplex viruses and the herpes zoster virus also.

What are the symptoms of Eye Herpes?

Pain, redness of the eye, excess tears, light sensitivity, irritation, itchiness, and decreased vision are usually the symptoms of eye herpes.


Symptoms caused by HSV 1 infection (HSV 1 is known to affect the following areas of the body.)

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