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Red eye n pain
Yesterday something went into my eye while walking. May be small insect it was that hit in my right eye. suddenly water started dripping n irritation. Later got busy with work. Now in morning my eye is paining n its full red. Have doubt that there is something inside the eye. Had lot of purse came out of eye on morning, n is continuing with some pain.
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Hello... Well sir definitely you need to get examined as we have confirm it..But in most of the cases the insect would have gone and you would just have that foreign body sensation...I would suggest you to first try to open your eyes wide in a wide mug of water and rotate so that it can help...Thank you
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There may be foreign body under eyelids ,you should . immediately consult ophthmologist ,he will wash the eyes properly & if there might be invisible small foreign body ,it will be washed with stream of water, till can use 4Quin eye drops &genteal eye drops 4-5 times
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Hello A. Kindly consult local ophthalmologist and get eye examination done..He will examine the eye and will remove any insect present in eye B. Meanwhile,you can start moxigram eyedrop along with lubricating eyedrop 4 times daily and try to consult local ophthalmologist today itself
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