Vision Appears Double And Yellowing After An Accident?
Asslamualaikum. Good afternoon. I want to ask. About almost 3 weeks ago I had an accident and got stitches in the temple near my eye. My eyes were bruised and blotted out like there was bleeding. now bruising and bleeding in the eyeball is gradually disappearing. But bleeding is still around the black eyeball. In line stick to the black eyeball. now my vision becomes multiple. Between the right eye u0026amp; the left is the distance difference between seeing objects. The injured right eye has a turning yellow. It is clear when looking at objects such as white walls. Both of my eyes when seen one by one clearly visible. But when I look with 2 eyes become multiple. A few moments can focus. But if I blink to be multiple again. So also if you see by moving. Said the doctor who examined me, my eyes were fine. Will it be normal by itself huh? Or is it because my normal eye muscles have become double vision? And what do you see yellowing? Thank you very much.
Thank you for the question.
Impaired vision, in the form of double vision and objects that appear distorted in color, if they appear after injury around the eyes, may indicate some of the following conditions:
Disorders of the cornea of the eye, for example due to bleeding, infection
Retinal disorders, such as retinal detachment, retinal tear
Disorders of the muscles or nerves around the eyes
Intracranial hemorrhage (in the skull cavity)
Others, such as traumatic cataracts, glaucoma, posterior uveitis, endophthalmitis, panophthalmitis, brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, migraines, concussions, etc.
Your condition may or may not be dangerous, depending on the underlying cause. Determination of the danger or not this condition can only be done if you have checked it directly to the doctor. So, even if the complaint has been checked by a doctor, if the complaint has not improved, we recommend that you check yourself back to the doctor or ophthalmologist so that further examinations can be done, for example slit lamp, ophthalmoscopy, x-rays, CT scan, ultrasound, and so on.
There are no specific handling steps we can recommend at this time. However, you should get plenty of rest, compress the area around your eyes that have been hit with cold water, and protect your eyes from the entry of dangerous foreign matter.
Hope this helps ...