Eye Pain, Redness, Swelling And Blurred Vision After Exposure To A Foreign Object?
Tonight doctor, about 5 days ago, my left eye was hit by a foreign object, and was sick, red, swollen and somewhat blurred the next day. But now the red swollen pain has disappeared, but how come my eyes are still not normal (run away), that’s because of what and how to overcome it? Many more before …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Eyes that appear blurry can occur due to various things, but clearly there is interference in the flow of vision. The flow of vision starts from the outer layer of the eye or cornea, then there is a lens, fluid in the eyeball, retina, nerve of sight, until finally the center of vision is located in the back of the brain. Any disturbance to the entire path of vision can contribute to blurred vision. For more details about the structure of the eye, see the image below.
In your case, if the blurring of the eye is related to a foreign object affected by your eyes, chances are the foreign object is injuring the corneal layer of your eye so that the refraction of light that starts the process of vision becomes disrupted. Our advice, check with your ophthalmologist to see if the injury has been done correctly, and if so, you will be given appropriate treatment and therapy, usually with eye drops.
Meanwhile, compress your eyes with warm compresses, don't rub your eyes, avoid using contact lenses for a while, and when riding a motorcycle, wear a helmet that covers your face. So, hopefully answering your question.