Myopic Vision After The Stone Hits The Eye?
My eyes are small stones and after the date my eyes are farsighted but they don’t hurt
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The process of seeing involves many components in the eye. Starting from the surface of the eye, the fluid in the eye, the recipient structure of visual stimuli on the back wall of the eye, the eye nerves, to the center of vision in the back of the brain. Any disturbance in the path or path of vision can cause a person to experience visual impairment.
Among the factors that increase a person's risk of vision problems are:
Injury, accident, impact, impact to the eye Certain medical conditions such as diabetes, immune system disorders, eye infections over 40-45 years old Looking at objects that are too close or less than 30 cm Lack of nutrients such as vitamin A
In your case, it is likely that a small stone hitting your eye caused minor damage to the surface of your eye, which is small enough to cause prolonged pain, but can still interfere with vision. Our advice, to be able to better detect the whole and avoid misunderstanding, you should have your eye checked by an ophthalmologist. Your eye doctor will do tests to find out how badly your eyesight is and exactly where the problem is. You can only get the specific treatment after undergoing the examination.
In the meantime, try rinsing your sore eye under clean running water for a few minutes to make sure that no dust or gravel remains stuck or remains in the eye. Avoid dusty or sandy areas, and don't drive at first. Give your eyes a break, and you can instill over-the-counter eye drops by still reading the instructions for use while waiting for an eye doctor's examination. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa