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Eye irritation due to toilet water
Toilet water got sprayed into my right eye, i washed eye and put saline eye drops in it. It still kinda heavy feeling in eye . Should i worry? The toilet was not used before , clean It was jet water
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Hello The problem you are facing is mostly because the superficial layer of your cornea must have been damaged Using a lubricant eye drop like Genteal Eye drops would be sufficient. 4-6 times a day. Since the source is the water jet from the toilet it would be advisable to use an antibiotic as well. Moxifloxacin eye drops 0.5% VIGAMOX Eye drops 4 times a day should be added
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Try not to rub your eye
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this is a provisional diagnosis. If the problem persists please do visit a local Ophthalmologist.
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Hello This feeling could be due to blunt trauma by jet of water You can use Lubricating eyedrop like lubrex frequently This will resolve in 1-2 days Having said that it is provisional diagnosis Kindly consult local ophthalmologist if problem persist
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