These signs and symptoms may occur suddenly and worsen quickly.
- Red eyes
- Eye pain
- Sensitivity to light
- Blurred vision
- Dark spots moving across your field of vision
To treat uveitis, your eye doctor may prescribe a steroid to reduce the inflammation in your eye. Whether the steroid is in eye drop, pill or injection form depends on the type of uveitis you have. Because most cases of uveitis affect the front of the eye, it’s most commonly treated with eye drops.
Episodes of uveitis can recur. See your eye doctor immediately if signs and symptoms of uveitis reappear after successful treatment.