Veined And Red Eyes After Wearing Contact Lenses?
Hello, I want to ask, I often use Soflen and nothing happens after using Soflen, but at that time I used Soflen only for a few hours, but after I released the veins appeared, the red veins from my black eyes were clear, and I was immediately shocked and panicked after I dropsin eye medication insto my eyes actually runny and feel a little sore so keep getting curin time less than a week my eyes healed immediately and no longer red veins are back to normal I think if I want to use soflen again it won’t be like that but after I use again, the red veins of the eye veins appear really reddish, and now they are healed, I want to use them, but I am afraid that this event will happen again, do I have to change the soflen or what?
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The appearance of reddish veins in the eyes, accompanied by watery eyes and feels sore, most likely indicates that your eyes are irritated. This irritation may or may not be caused by the contact lenses you use. Contact lenses can cause irritation when used for example because:
Contact lens material or storage fluid which is irritating
Contact lenses that are not treated properly, for example not stored in the right liquid, used all day without removal, held with dirty hands
Contact lenses have expired, and so on
Poorly maintained hand hygiene when in contact with eyes, and eye exposure by dust, pollution, dry air, and other harmful fumes can also aggravate this irritation. It is feared, this eye irritation is not just about the outside of the eye (for example, causes conjunctivitis), but also spreads to the inside, for example causing keratitis, uveitis, endophthalmitis, or panophthalmitis). If not treated, this eye irritation can also experience a secondary infection, even can lead to blindness.
Our advice, before using contact lenses, first check the condition of your eyes to the doctor or ophthalmologist to be assessed, safe you are not you wearing these contact lenses. Not only that, if you want to use contact lenses, treat these contact lenses properly according to doctor's instructions, and remove your contact lenses when not needed, do not use all day, let alone left during sleep. Avoid using any medication or eye ointment. However, as a preliminary treatment to make the eyes feel more comfortable, you can first drop artificial tears into your eyes.
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