The Impact Of Child Scratches And Blood?
I was clawed by my nephew, and it turned out to be bleeding inside his eyeball. Will it have an impact or not? And can the blood disappear?
Hello, Thanks for the question.
Injury to the eye can cause injury to the surface of the eye (cornea) and bleeding under the conjunctiva of the eye. Injuries to the cornea of the eye, can be in the form of abrasions or ulcers on the cornea, can cause sufferers to experience sore eyes, watery eyes, red eyes, sensation of a foreign body in the virtual, and eyes that are sensitive to light. On the other hand, in bleeding under the conjunctiva of the eye, in general, the sufferer will not feel any complaints, only seeing the blood that collects in the white part of the eye. Bleeding under the conjunctiva of the eye can go away on its own but it takes time. However, for injuries to the cornea of the eye, special attention is needed. Wounds on the cornea that are not handled properly will cause scar tissue in the eye so that it can interfere with the patient's field of view. You should check with your doctor first to confirm the condition you are experiencing so that the doctor can determine the next treatment. For a while, avoid rubbing your sore eyes and avoid exposure to air pollution.
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