Can a common cold affect your eyes?

Yes, common cold can affect your eyes because cold germs easily enter our eyes. The viruses can infect any kind of cells. Its activity is a function of its strain.

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2 Responses to “Can a common cold affect your eyes?”

  1. Aside from that, your nose, ears, mouth and eyes are connected, so once you have colds, it can really affect the eyes, as well as your nose and ears.

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  2. Wayeht Turalba

    Most of the time, if you have colds it seems that you feel sick and your eyes are also irritated because of the germs that the cold is causing.

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