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Quicklime Entered in Eye
Doctor, I'm 14 Years Old. I Was Bitten By A Bee.  Because of this, my mother rubbed quicklime on my affected area for some time.  And my dad also had his hands on that affected area of ​​mine for quite some time. However, after they both rubbed the lime on the affected area and turned their hands, I moved my left hand to the place where the lime was applied and I Was rubbed my left eye with that left hand.  After a maximum of 1 minute, I remembered that I rubbed my eyes with the same hand with which I rubbed my eyes.  However, I did not have any burning / redness / pain / blurred vision in my eyes at that time.  I still washed my left hand and eyelids.  However, twelve hours have already passed since the incident.  I don't have any burning / redness / pain or blurred vision in my eyes yet.  Doctor, was the quicklime entered my eye? And How Long I Have To Wait To Consider Myself As Safe From The Quicklime? Please Inform And Help, Doc.
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Hello If there is no redness etc then lime did not enter your eye. Having said that, consult local ophthalmologist for detailed evaluation
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