Small Brownish Circle On The Black Part Of The Eye After A Collision?
my eyes accidentally hit by a child / plugged because the child is still very active, when my eyes hit by the blow there are 5 minutes pain once. But after that it hasn’t been sick at all for 1 week. But in the black eye area there is a small circle of light brown just after the child was hit. What is the danger?
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The appearance of small brownish circles on the black part of the eye after experiencing a hard enough impact on the eye may be caused by bleeding in the eye (subconjunctival bleeding). This condition is actually not always dangerous. Generally, if you do not experience other complaints, such as pain, swelling, vision problems, and should, this condition does not require special treatment.
However, you also need to know, that a hard impact in the eye can cause more severe tissue damage, for example causing conjunctival edema, corneal edema, corneal erosion, hyphema, iridoplegia, iridocyclitis, lens subluxation, retinal edema, retinal detachment, optic nerve edema, avulsion of the optic nerve, etc. For that, if you experience other complaints that are more severe as mentioned above, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist to be given the best treatment.
As a preliminary treatment, you should not pry or rub your eyes carelessly. Also avoid using eye drops or ointments without direct advice from a doctor.
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