The Eyes Feel Sore And Blurry After Recovering From Eye Pain?
Doctor, I have dry eye gt, at first my eyes were really red and I already saw a doctor, but when I was cured my eyes were blurred and I didn’t see the screen at night when I was forced to even feel really bad, why?
Thank you for the question.
Dry eyes, in addition to being able to make eyes become reddish, can also trigger irritation which is quite disturbing. However, if this complaint appears accompanied by blurry vision that is difficult to see, it is also worth watching out for the possibility of other triggers, for example asthenopia, uveitis, acute closed-angle glaucoma, keratitis, pterygium, retinal detachment, and many other eye complaints. Other factors such as migraines, cluster headaches, brain tumors, neurological disorders, etc. can also trigger these complaints. The conditions above can be distinguished through direct doctor's examination, or assisted by supporting examinations, such as using a slit lamp and ophthalmoscopy.
The question now is, how many days exactly have you experienced this complaint? Do your eyes also look swollen, secrete excessively, are more sensitive to light, or appear more severe complaints?
Our advice, so that the cause of your complaint is clear, check yourself back to the nearest doctor or eye doctor. Meanwhile, your complaint can be handled first by:
Put artificial tears into your eyes. Cold compresses the area outside your eyes that feels sore. Protect your eyes from intruding water and any foreign objects. Don't sleep too late at night. Don't over-look at gadgets or read small print.