MBBS., DOMS., DNB
Ophthalmology (Eye Care
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Yes, it is nothing but common bacterial conjunctivitis. Since you have blepharitis, you are more likely to get conjunctivitis. Also, blepharitis, in turn, is related to seborrhoeic dermatitis. What I can assure you is bacterial conjunctivitis is treated easily with antibiotic eye drops.
Try using Gatifloxacin eye drops initially half-hourly on the first day and later you can taper to hourly dose next day and 2 hourly on the third day and so on. Just continue for 5 days, and you will be fine.
My only concern is that you have associated blepharitis. This can be treated well by cleaning the eyelids with baby shampoo daily, for a few months. Once blepharitis is controlled, your eye irritation, watering, and itching will come down.