Eye Pain, Foggy Vision And Glare Because Of The Way Exposed To Animals Such As Beetles, What Is The Danger?
I want to ask, yesterday afternoon I came home from work and in the way my eyes were hit by animals like beetles, at that time my right eye could not see, and I washed my face with water and then I gave him eye medicine, after that I went to the doctor and I was given medicine and the doctor did not comment anything, at this time my eyes could see but when exposed to light it was a bit sick and rich in fog, how was the solution ???
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The occurrence of visual disturbances in the eyes after the collision of certain objects / stars on the eyeball is an indication for an examination to the eye doctor immediately. Pain in the eye accompanied by visual disturbances may indicate a wound in the cornea of your eye (a thin clear layer on the outside of the black part of the eye) or called corneal abrasion. Although the eye cornea is a part of the eye that heals very quickly in the event of a wound, but you must ensure that the healing of your corneas goes well and perfectly and there is no infection in the cornea of the eye that can cause scarring in the cornea of the eye.
If at this time you still feel pain when you see the light (or called photosensitivity) and your vision is still disturbed, it helps you immediately go to an ophthalmologist for further evaluation. When going to an ophthalmologist, it's best to ask clearly about the condition of your eyes (don't just wait and wait for the doctor to explain, but you can also ask actively). Also ask your eye doctor about what you can do and don't do during your eye healing period.
Some things you can do right now:
Avoid exposure to excessive wind and excessive sunlight on the eyes. Use sunglasses when you go out or drive on a motorcycle. Do not touch your eyes or rub your eyes. Do not wash your eyes with water if you do not get instructions directly from your doctor. Make sure you wash your hands with soap before you take care (give medicine) to your eyes.
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