How To Deal With Wedge Eyes After Trying To Wear Contact Lenses?
Mmm, I’m 20 years old I want to ask you this morning Bru tried to use contact lenses for the first time and nothing happened because I used Mrs. Cma for 2 minutes. Then because I want to know that I will use it again until 4 hours and I feel that there is something odd I think it’s like that maybe when I first use it, because it’s not convenient so I open the softlens,. but I feel like I have a lot of eyelids, it’s really uncomfortable, even though this MLM still doesn’t look weird, but it doesn’t hurt, it isn’t too red, it’s not like it’s adorable, I’m already washing my eyes at water but I’m still uncomfortable handle it give me a suggestion, thanks before 🙂
Thank you for the question.
For people who are not accustomed to, the use of contact lenses can indeed cause its own uncomfortable sensations, including feeling lumped like you experience. This condition is more likely to occur if you use contact lenses that are too large, too rigid, or not in accordance with your sharp eyesight. Provided that this complaint does not appear accompanied by signs of severe inflammation in the eye, for example in the form of eye pain, redness, runny, itchy, more easily dazzled, swollen, bulging, even appearing pus or vision problems, often these complaints are not dangerous. You can first resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Be sure to only use contact lenses that are prescribed directly by your doctor
Keep the contact lens clean that you are using
Before attaching or removing contact lenses, make sure you wash your hands first with antiseptic soap
Compress your eyes that feel lumps with ice cubes or cooled spoons
Put artificial tears (drops that contain artificial tears) on the eye that feels lumpy
Protect eyes from getting in the dust, cosmetics and other dangerous foreign objects
Not just staring at excessive gadgets or driving long distances so that the eyes are not too tired
Also avoid reading under low light
However, if the wedge becomes increasingly heavy, or other complaints appear heavier as mentioned above, chances are your condition is not natural. Some eye disorders, such as conjunctivitis, refractive eye disorders (such as minus eye or astigmatism), asthenopia, uveitis, keratitis, endophthalmitis, glaucoma, blepharitis, hordeolum, etc. can also trigger your complaints. These conditions can certainly require different treatment. So, if you find a condition like this, you should go to see your doctor or ophthalmologist directly to be given the best solution.
I hope this helps.