Can I Take Eye Medication Before Driving?
At noon I want to ask. My child, who is 5 years and a half years old, corneal eye, and his left eye suddenly appears white, why?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The appearance of white spots on the eye can mean various things, including:
Pingueculum Pterygium Pseudopterigium Wound on the eye Foreign body attached
The conditions experienced by your child are very important to be seen directly because the perception of white spots can vary for each person. It could be just a mild membrane of dirt that is harmless and can disappear by itself, and it could also be cancer, depending on its appearance. So we strongly recommend that you take your child directly to the eye doctor to see the condition. Directly seen, misunderstandings can be avoided and handling can be more appropriate. As for using eye drops before driving no problem, just make sure you can see well before driving.
In the meantime, make sure your child doesn't rub his eyes, avoid getting his eyes exposed to dust or sand by wearing a helmet that covers his face when riding a motorcycle, and avoid giving treatment without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.