Uveitis is a potentially serious problem that requires prompt and appropriately aggressive treatment. Late and under treatment often results in more and secondary problems including glaucoma (raised eye pressure), cataract (clouding of the internal lens), scarring and bleeding of the internal structures such as retina. For many, eye drops treatment is adequate; for some, local injections and oral medications is required. Unwanted side effects can usually be avoided when the correct medication,dose, regime and duration is implemented in the appropriate manner.