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herpes keratitis causes ocular irritation and even affects vision in some cases; women after cone biopsy or cryotherapy have a weakened immune system and are more susceptible to getting the virus. In some cases, surgery is needed with necessary follow-up care. Antiviral medicines are recommended in doses according to the prescription. As a rule, the signs subside within 3 weeks, yet some medicines may help to avoid scarring and other problems. herpes keratitis causes ocular irritation and even affects vision in some cases; women after cone biopsy or cryotherapy have a weakened immune system and are more susceptible to getting the virus.

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Herpes Keratitis

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Cone Biopsy, Cryotherapy

The signs include photophobia, blurred vision, and pain. The infection is spread from infected areas to the eyes or during a delivery to the newborn. HSV may sometimes infect cornea leading to a painful and dangerous condition that can result in blindness. herpes keratitis causes ocular irritation and even affects vision in some cases; women after cone biopsy or cryotherapy have a weakened immune system and are more susceptible to getting the virus.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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