Pink eye medicine for pink eye: ‘I can feel it now’

The doctor says she can feel the pink light in her eyes now and she’s not sure why she’s getting the same symptoms.

“I don’t know why I feel the same things that I did in the past,” she said.

“It’s just strange.

It’s not that it’s not happening, it’s just that I’m noticing it.”

The doctor is worried about other patients, but she’s been told she’s in the minority.

“There are other patients who have had the same thing,” she says.

“So I think it’s important to know that this is a phenomenon that is happening.”

The symptoms are not the only thing to look out for, the doctor says.

“I’ve had my own eye and it was the same for the last two weeks, and I also have a pink eye, and that is a problem,” she told ABC News.

“My eye feels like it’s been torn open, like it was blown off, and it’s really dark.”

We’re not sure how it got there.

“She’s also concerned about the risk of getting corneal ulcers.”

If it’s a corneas problem, you don’t have cornea to bleed out,” she added.”

And so if the cornease is compromised, then you’re going to get more bleeding.

“The doctor says if you get pink eye syndrome you should call your doctor.

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