Affected By Dirt Debris From The Air When Riding A Motorcycle?
Good morning, I want to ask if the small glands of the eye initially arrived. good handling in addition to having to check directly to an eye specialist
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It needs to be explored further if you mean that the eye glands are tear glands, tear ducts, or glands in the eyelids. Abnormalities in the tear glands, tear ducts, or on the eyelids can be caused by an infection and an inflammatory reaction that can cause redness and pain in the area concerned.
Irritation (the presence of a foreign body when driving then rubbed) on several layers of the eye can also cause redness in the layers of the eye, such as conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctival layer of the eye), uveitis (inflammation of the uvea structure in the eye), scleritis (inflammation of the sclera lining (part of the eye's conjunctiva) white eyes)), can also affect the eyelids (blepharitis) or a blockage in the glands in the eyelid that cause red bumps and pain (hordeolum / bintitan), can also be caused by the presence of foreign objects left in the folds of the eyelids.
Need to be further investigated by the symptoms that you experience if there are accompanying / other symptoms that arise after debris is exposed to parts of your eye, consultation with an ophthalmologist need to be carried out for anamnesis, physical examination using a slit lamp, if there is indeed a foreign object left in the lid eyes can then be extracted / taking foreign objects with the appropriate tools. It is not advisable to use eye drops on your own, or try to remove foreign objects / rub your own eyes because they can cause additional injury if you are not careful. Can use a helmet with protective glass / goggles when driving so as not to be exposed to dirt debris.
Hopefully this information helps you,