Stinging, Watery And Slightly Swollen Eyes After The Impact?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When you hit your eye with a tree, with the symptoms you mentioned, it might be:
Conjunctivitis or inflammation of the clear membrane in the front layer of the eye Keratitis or inflammation of the cornea. Corneal ulcers or lesions on the cornea
Regarding blurred vision, you must know that in the process of seeing, the image of an object passes through various layers of the eye before being received by the nerves behind the eye, and then conveyed to the center of vision which is located in the back of the cerebrum. What we want to say is that if there is a disturbance in any of these structures, from the outermost layer to the hindbrain, visual disturbances can occur. The problem is to be able to find out and detect specifically which structures are having problems or disorders, you need help from an eye specialist. So, our advice is to have your eyes checked again with an ophthalmologist, so that further tests can be done to find out if there are any dangerous conditions in your eyes and how to follow up the most appropriate to handle them.
Meanwhile, you should avoid rubbing your eyes, if your eyes feel dry you can use eye drops that are sold freely by reading the directions for use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa