How Long Is The Eye Normally Swollen?
So, like this, on Monday, after school, my eyes got stuck in something, because I felt that there was something I blinked immediately so that it came out. However, at night my eyes were very swollen and still swollen. Do you think that the swelling is normal as long as not huh? I have compressed my eyes, but still swollen. So what should I do about the eyes?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Swelling in the eyes, or on other parts of the body, actually depends on the cause of the swelling and how severe. If it is caused due to an allergy, as long as the cause of the allergy does not disappear, the swelling will always be there. Likewise, if the cause is due to irritation, foreign body entry, infection, blocked glands, stings or insect bites, kidney disorders and inflammation. In essence, as long as the main cause is still there, the swelling can still persist.
In your case, if indeed the condition that you are experiencing is only due to the introduction of something and the object has come out, the swelling should not take more than 2-3 days. The real concern is that animals are not things that enter, or there are actually other conditions that you have just experienced after being at home, so it's not specific because of the entry of the object.
So we suggest, because so far your self-care steps are correct but there are no changes, you should check your condition with an ophthalmologist for further examination. By looking directly, it can be seen what conditions you actually experience and the best treatment.
In the meantime, don't worry too much, continue to warmly compress your eyes, avoid dusty and polluted places, and see a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.