Symptoms: Uveitis is a form of eye inflammation where the middle layer of tissue in the eye wall, the uvea, becomes inflamed and swollen. The resultant pressure on the eye itself can lead to redness, pain, blurred vision and eye twitching.
Possible Causes: Possible causes are infections, injury, autoimmune and inflammatory eye diseases. Very often a specific cause is hard to identify.
Solutions: Uveitis can be serious and lead to permanent eye damage. Consult your medical professional if you suspect you may have the condition. The first line of treatment is to reduce the inflammation. Drops often reduce the swelling. If they are not effective, stronger drugs may be prescribed.