Blurred Vision After Exposure To Chemicals?
….r it’s from..rMy eyes have been exposed to paint remover, a liquid for removing paint (hard liquid), I’ve tried going to the health center but lately my eyes are blurry, what can I do…
Hi Dany, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com :')
Previously I want to ask, since when did you experience the complaint of blurred vision? When did the eye trauma (exposed to paint remover liquid) occur?
Basically, complaints of blurred vision in your eyes are most likely caused by chemical trauma (paint remover liquid) in your eyes. Chemical trauma to the eye can cause conditions such as:
Corneal disorders (keratitis, corneal scarring)
Conjunctival disorders (conjunctivitis, scarring of the conjunctiva)
Traumatic cataracts (cataracts that occur as a result of trauma)
Glaucoma (increased pressure inside the eyeball)
Scleral disorders (scleritis)
Uveitis (inflammation of the uvea)
Eye bleeding disorders
It is necessary to dig deeper and clearer about the complaints and medical history that you are experiencing. In addition, a direct physical examination is required as well as supporting eye examinations such as tonometry or fundoscopy examinations to be able to establish the cause and definite diagnosis of the complaints you are experiencing. Therefore, you should check your health condition with an ophthalmologist so that further examination and treatment can be carried out.
I hope this information is helpful :')
- dr. Lia N. Amalina