How To Deal With Swollen And Red Eyelids After Hitting?
yesterday afternoon my eyes accidentally twitched an object that caused my right eye to swell early I could not see the darkness of my right eye, about 3 hours later my eyes could see but it was not strong my eyes were blurred and my eyes became double and this afternoon the eyelids were still swollen and feel pain and I see in my glasses red like blood that clots my question how to overcome it?
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The impact on the eye area which is referred to as blunt trauma to the eye area can happen to anyone, especially related to the condition when someone is active. If you experience this, you should check with your doctor, especially an ophthalmologist because it can be carried out further examination with the aim of further eye examination, especially if accompanied by symptoms of eye feels dark or blurred vision, severe pain, feels a part of the view is missing.
Some things that can accompany blunt trauma to the eye are
Bleeding in the conjunctiva which is the outer layer of the eye can usually be seen blood in the white eye area. This is usually not accompanied by a decrease in vision and rarely accompanied by pain. If only this condition would usually improve running time.
Bleeding in the front of the eye space, blood will usually appear on the eyeball, which can be accompanied by impaired vision. This needs to be checked to see the degree of bleeding so that treatment can be adjusted
Bleeding in the back of the eye will usually appear symptoms of vision problems which will usually be accompanied by pain.
To relieve symptoms can be done
Eye compresses with cold compresses
Rest your eyes
Protect your eyes from dust exposure by using glasses
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We recommend that you consult yourself immediately to the ophthalmologist for further physical examination or if needed can be further examined using eye ultrasound, visual field examination, or others.
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