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Symptoms

Symptoms of keratitis include:

  • Red eye

  • Sensation of something, like sand, in the eye

  • Pain

  • Sensitivity to light

  • Watery eye

  • Blurred vision

  • Difficulty keeping the eyelids open

When caused by an injury or infection, such as herpes simplex virus, keratitis usually affects only one eye, but both eyes may be affected when keratitis is due to other causes.

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