Eyes Exposed To Frashcare?
Last night, before going to bed, I used freshcare on the area of the brow above the brow. After that at dawn I woke up because my left eye felt uncomfortable, when I saw that my eyes were very red and watery, it was difficult to open them, I immediately washed them using water and then I used 2 drops of eye drops, in the morning the eyes were not red. but I felt something was wrong after noon I tried to use eye drops again in the afternoon it didn’t feel odd but the left eye sight was a little blurry, is that irritation? Can my eyes turn back to normal? What should I do, thank you
Complaints of red, watery, difficult to open, and lumpy eyes can indeed be caused by irritation of the eyes. This irritation can be caused by the entry of chemicals into the eyes. However, it is necessary to ascertain which part of the eye is irritated, whether in the conjunctiva or cornea. Are there any injuries to the corena, any infections, and any eye conditions. The treatment given depends on the eye condition being experienced.
Your act of washing with water is correct. What eye drops did you use? There are many types of eye drops and different indications. For mild irritation you can use eye teets filled with artificial tears first.
If you currently experience a sharp decrease in vision or your eyes become blurry / blurred, you need to be aware of inflammation in the cornea / keratitis and injury to the cornea / corneal ulcer. Keratitis and corneal ulcers require further treatment by a doctor.
Therefore, if your eye blur does not improve immediately or your eyes are very glare, I suggest that you see an ophthalmologist so that you can do further tests to confirm the condition of your eyes if necessary with an ophthalmoscope, slit lamp, and tonometry. After ascertaining the condition of your eyes, then the doctor will provide the right treatment for you.
While waiting to see the doctor, you can do the following tips:
Rest your eyes
Use eye protection when outdoors, such as sunglasses
Do not look directly at the light source
Play less on gadgets
Adjust room lighting and reading distance
Don't rub your eyes
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y