Treatment Of Eye Pain Due To Exposure To Flame Flakes From Cigarettes?
Asslmkm …. I want to ask ,, my eyes keep hurting ,, red ,, the view is a bit blurry, and tears keep coming out, plus if you see the light, it directly adds to the pain, and it’s hard to open, and come out tears .. it’s been recovering for a month too … the reason is because I smoke while riding in the car … and the cigarette blew in the wind and entered my eyes … maybe it’s still on … so it’s like this … I’ve bought drops eye and drug pills are also dispensed at the drugstore …, but it doesn’t heal well … until the medicine is all gone it still feels … Sorry for help, information from the doctor guess healing .. Thank you dokk .. Wassalam .. 🙏🙏🙏
Hello AR Sungli, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The entry of foreign objects (in this case cigarette flakes, especially if they are still burning) into the eye are at high risk of causing injury or infection in the eye and the best solution is actually removing the foreign object as soon as possible from the eye.
Reading the history of events and also complaints that you experience this month, the complaint may be caused by a foreign object that has not been lost, the injury to the cornea of the eye, or because of the side effects of incorrect handling when the incident first occurred.
Therefore, the best solution at the moment is not to look for drops or other eye salve, but to see an eye specialist to further examine how your eye is currently, and if damage does occur whether the damage is permanent or not. After ascertaining what your eye condition is, then the doctor can further determine what medication should be used to help resolve complaints.
For the time being, you should not rub or use any medication on your eyes without a clear recommendation from an eye doctor because it can only aggravate complaints. You can try washing your eyes using special eye wash water (it is not recommended to use tap water). To help reduce complaints you can try using artificial tear drops according to the dosage on the package.
I hope this helps.