White Color Appears On The Cornea Of the Eye After Being Exposed To Splinters?
Good evening, I want to ask, 5 months ago, my eyes were hit by splinters which stuck right in the middle of my eyes, but my eyes were still blurred, there was still a small white scar in the middle, how to recover, I beg for a solution, thank you.
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The color of vaginal discharge that appears on the cornea of your eye is the scarring of the wound in the cornea because it is stuck in the grinding flakes. Scar tissue will usually form when a wound in the cornea occurs to the inner layer of the cornea (not only in the outer layer of the cornea). Just like scar tissue that can form on the skin after a wound, there are no drugs that can heal or remove scar tissue that has formed.
You should check yourself to the eye doctor directly. Scar tissue in the corena can only be removed by operative (scar tissue is removed if it is small or if it is large, a corneal transplant is needed). For now, make sure you always use eye protection (goggles) when you work so that no injuries to your eyes occur again.
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