Blurry Vision After The Eyes Are Scratched With Paper?
Good evening doctor, introduce me Nuno 21 years Permission to ask, both of my eyes have nearsightedness … then my left eye is scratched with paper and has an infection. After getting drops of about 1 mgg, my left eye was blurry when I looked closely but clearly when I saw far. So my left eye which was initially nearsightedness became farsighted. So, why? What is the healing process?
Hello Nuno, Thank you for the question.
Did the doctor tell you the severity of the infection you were experiencing? Cornea is the surface of the lens of the eye. The cornea has a role in capturing light reflected objects to enter the lens of the eye which is then focused to a point in the retina of the eye (the back layer of the eyeball) so that objects can be seen clearly. Farsightedness and farsightedness are disturbances in the shape of the cornea or eyeball so that the focus of light captured by the eye does not fall directly on the retina but rather in front or behind the retina. This condition then causes blurred vision in sufferers, both nearsightedness and farsightedness. An infection in the cornea can cause scar tissue to form in the cornea. The formation of scar tissue can affect the function of the cornea to help focus the light of objects that enter the eye. Because of this disorder, your vision can be disturbed. Maybe this is what happened to you, especially if the infection that occurs in your eye is quite significant. You should go back to the ophthalmologist who treats you so that the doctor can re-examine your eye to determine the cause of your complaint and then can determine the next treatment for you.
Hopefully this information is useful.