Monkeypox symptoms: The 'sight-threatening' complication seen in human infections

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In the initial stages, this can cause blurry vision or heighten sensitivity to light, but symptoms can progress rapidly.

Pain and redness may be key indicators of an advancing infection, and in some cases, the affected eye may swell shut.

The sensation of something gritty inside the eye may cause it to burn, weep, or ooze a yellow-green fluid.

Navin Khosla, Superintendent Pharmacist at FROM MARS, noted: “Although cases of monkeypox in the UK are on the rise, it’s a rare disease and most people who contract the virus usually only suffer from mild symptoms which last around two weeks.



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