happened to me many times before, just to be clear I was NOT ok and this has NEVER EVER happened to me before, so whoever is selling this story “a close reliable source” is full of BS and needs to get their silly facts right big time, I was actually in a lot of pain and very very scared but thanks to the incredible eye specialists in A&E at London’s Moorfields Hospital and after at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital I was diagnosed by an eye specialist with severe IRITIS in my right eye and UVEITIS in my left eye.
I’m taking multiple prescription heavy duty eye drops and other medication the dr gave me that I have to take every day to keep the inflammation under control. Also, I’m being so well looked after by Team Spice special thanks to our paramedics too!! I’m still dealing with it and will be for the next 3/4 months to fully get it under control but I’m no longer worried…”
It doesn’t matter if it happened before or not, the real question is how can a person get herpes in the eye, how does this happen?
Well, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the herpes simplex virus is a common virus that affects many people. Caused by the type 1 herpes simplex virus, eye herpes or ocular herpes is a recurrent viral infection affecting the eyes. This type of herpes virus can cause inflammation and scarring of the cornea that sometimes is referred to as a cold sore on the eye.
Two major herpes simplex virus types exist:
Type 1: Type 1 herpes virus commonly affects the