Uveitis may develop suddenly with eye redness and pain, or with a painless blurring of your vision. In addition to red eye and eye pain, other symptoms of uveitis may include light sensitivity, blurred vision, decreased vision and floaters. There may also be a whitish area (called a hypopyon) obscuring the lower part of the iris.
A case of simple "red eye" may in fact be a serious problem such as uveitis. If your eye becomes red or painful, you should be examined and treated by an ophthalmologist (Eye M.D.).
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