How To Find Out Contact Lenses In The Eye Or Not?
I want to ask, I have been using contact lenses for 1 year but yesterday I just realized that my contact lens was torn and I just realized when I woke up, I was afraid that the soft contact flakes were still in my eyes and there was absolutely no lump or pain. that my contact lens is not in the eye? And if indeed the splint is in the eye, will it dry out and have side effects on the eyes?
To make sure there is soft flakes on your eyes, you should check with an eye doctor. Generally, ophthalmologists have a lamp lamp that can see the condition of your eyes carefully.
During this procedure, you and your ophthalmologist will sit face to face and separated from the table and slit lamp. Your chin and forehead will be affixed to the lamp lamp, so that your position can stand / not move much. Next the doctor will turn on the lights on the machine and start examining your eyes one by one. If there is a foreign object to your eye then the doctor will easily find out.
The presence of a foreign body in the eye can result in mild irritation to severe inflammation due to bacterial or fungal infections which can be at risk of causing blindness if not treated properly. you can read more in the article about corneal ulcers and uveitis.
For now avoid using soft lense first. if you want to remove or attach the lens, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly and make it a habit to remove the soft lense before going to sleep.
so hopefully useful