Swelling In The Eyelids And Eye Bags Feels Sore After Wearing Contact Lenses?
my eyes if suddenly itchy will immediately swell in the eyelids and eye bags, if I’m swollen my eyes will turn red and white eyes will follow swelling. Sometimes also like white arise like thread. It’s dangerous not because I experienced it after using soflans
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Basically red eyes, swelling, and pain are not normal. If you experience this after you start using contact lenses, then you need to re-evaluate whether there is something wrong with the way you use contact lenses. Redness, swelling, and pain when using contact lenses can be caused by:
The wrong way to use contact lenses, for example the wrong way of attaching or removing (including not washing hands thoroughly before attaching or removing contact lenses), washing the wrong contact lenses (not using special fluids to wash contact lenses), or storing contact lenses that are Incorrect (do not use special fluids for contact lenses)
Contact lenses used for too long (mainly used while sleeping)
There is dirt attached to the contact lens (washing is less clean)
Allergies to liquids used to store and clean contact lenses
Allergy to contact lens material used
If indeed you always experience these symptoms every time you use contact lenses, you should immediately stop using contact lenses at least temporarily until your eyes are completely healed. After your eyes have healed, you can re-evaluate the possible causes mentioned above. If your eyes remain red, swollen, and itchy even though you no longer wear your contact lenses, or you experience severe pain in the eye and are accompanied by vision problems, you should immediately consult your ophthalmologist for further evaluation and management. You should not delay the examination if you experience these symptoms because permanent visual impairment can occur if left unchecked.
Here are articles that you can read about how to care for contact lenses to keep them safe for you to use
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