Blood Suction Surgery In The Eye Due To Blood Clots In The Eye?
good afternoon, I want to ask, my parents just had a blood-suction operation in the eye due to a blood clot in the eye four days ago, at this time the eye conition is slightly swollen and there is a lot of eye discharge but the redness of the eye begins to decrease, Is the condition of swelling and dirt out in the eye dangerous?
Hello Wahyu, thank you for asking.
Basically every operation, whether small, medium, or large, is an invasive action. That is, there will definitely be a number of body tissues that are cut or lifted. The body's response to disruption in tissue continuity is in the form of swelling or edema. Sometimes accompanied by redness, pain or itching, fever, and tissue discharge. This is the body's normal response when the body is trying to normalize the condition to be stable.
As long as the swelling that your parents experience does not deteriorate quickly, there is probably no problem. If the swelling in the eye worsens quickly, accompanied by widespread redness, intense pain, excessive discharge or blood, visual disturbances, accompanied by fever and headaches, then you should immediately bring your parents to the hospital.
At present, keep your eye clean and obey the recommendations and prohibitions of the treating doctor. Take the medicine in the right dosage. Hope this answer helps you. Regards.