The Eye Feels Blocked After The Contact Lens Is Torn?
Night. I want to ask. R nWhen I tried to put on the contact lens, I didn’t know that my lens was torn. R nA few minutes later my eyes were very popping up, then I looked in the mirror that it turned out that my lens had split in two and stuck to the back of the eyelid? I took out the two rips of the contact lens .. However, I felt something was wrong in my eyes. Is it possible that the torn contact lens got stuck in the eye? r nCan it come out on its own. r n r nI will immediately see a doctor
Thank you Dian Berliana for her question on the HealthReplies.com forum, contact lenses are a tool that is quite helpful for sufferers who experience refractive disorders, especially nearsightedness, besides that they can also sometimes be one of the attractions that can improve one's cosmetics. However, the use of this contact lens needs to be considered, especially the service life and care after use, because if it is not properly cared for, it can be damaged or become a place to spread an infection to the eye. This contact lens has a soft and flexible material so that in use it is easy to use and will adjust the shape of the user's eyeball. However, there are times when damage to this contact lens can occur, such as in the case of the sister where the lens was torn. In this condition, the tear of the contact lens can injure the eyeball or the remaining parts of the soft lens are left in the eyeball. In this condition, it is usually difficult for this part to come out on its own, therefore it is best for you to immediately consult a doctor concerned for a direct examination, before appropriate action can be given.
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