irritated eye feels like something is in it

 

If you have a foreign body sensation in your eyes and your eye is irritated and inflamed

if the irritated and inflamed eye has caused you concern

if you want to know what causes a foreign body sensation in the inflamed eye

if you want to know the treatment options Irritated eyes and what is the feeling of a foreign body in the eye? We recommend that you read on.

In the following, everything you need to know about inflamed and irritated eyes with foreign body sensation is gathered together and presented. By reading the following article, you will be able to get enough information about the foreign body sensation in the eye, which is one of the most common complaints of people visiting ophthalmology clinics.

 

When we talk about a foreign body in the eye, what is meant by a foreign body?

What are the symptoms of irritated eye in people who have a feeling of puffiness in the eye?

Anatomy (connectors)

Corneal problems

What are the causes of irritated eyes that feel like a foreign body?

Autoimmune disorders (Shocker syndrome)

What strategies can be used to treat Sjogren's syndrome?

Why does a person use eye gel?

Blepharitis or inflammation of the edge of the eyelid

Conjunctivitis or inflammation of the thyroid gland

pterygium

When should you see a doctor?

cornea

The first corneal disorder: corneal abrasion

Corneal ulcers

Corneal incision

Dry eyes

Chalazion

 

 

When we talk about a foreign body in the eye, what is meant by a foreign body?

A foreign body is a body that enters the affected eye from the outside. Anything that does not normally belong to the eyeball to the eye tissue is considered a foreign body.

For example, most of the time, dust or even a very small piece of metal or a small piece of wood that enters the eye for any reason is considered a foreign object.

 

These foreign objects are said to have the greatest effect on the cornea or conjunctiva of your eye.

The entry of a foreign object into the eye as a result of daily activities can be very annoying. Most of the foreign objects that enter the eye and cause eye irritation are as follows:

  • Soil particles, gravel, cosmetics, glass particles, eyelashes
  • In general, prolonged exposure to windy weather may expose your eyes to dust, dirt, and gravel.

Doctors believe that if foreign objects enter the eye at a high rate, they can cause more damage to the tissues of the eyeball.

 

What are the symptoms of irritated eye in people who feel a foreign body in the eye?

We can say that if a real object that is considered abnormal to the eyeball and is called the foreign body, and if a person has a false sense of a foreign body in his or her eye due to inflammation in the cornea or eyelids or the edge of the eyelids, the clinical signs and manifestations are almost the same in both.

Of course, there are differences, but the overlap of symptoms and clinical manifestations is significant. Among the common symptoms and manifestations, we can mention the following:

  • The person will feel pressure or discomfort in their eyes
  • The person inside the eye feels there is a body
  • There is eye pain
  • Many people experience a painful and unpleasant sensation when blinking and actually rubbing the inner surface of the eyelids into the cornea.
  • Some people report that when they blink, they feel that their eyelids are rubbing against a painful surface full of sand.
  • There will be congestion and redness of the eye involved, there is photophobia or photosensitivity, which means too much light or being in a bright place for the affected eye will not be tolerable and there will be tears.

In cases where the edge of the eyelids is involved or inflamed, puffy eyes and swelling of the eyelids are also evident.

Obviously, if a foreign object enters your eye, prompt diagnosis and prompt treatment will help prevent infection and the possibility of vision problems, including vision loss.

Prompt handling and treatment is very important in cases where a heavy or sharp foreign body has entered the eye.

Definitely foreign objects that have sharp edges or chemical substances or compounds, or enter the eye at high speed or cause bleeding inside the eyeball, should be treated and removed soon. So if you have a foreign object entering your eye and your eye is irritated, you must see a doctor immediately.

But what we will talk about in the continuation of this article will be about the cases in which a person feels that there is a body in his eye without the real body entering his eyes, doctors call this condition the feeling of a foreign body in the eye.

 

The sensation of a foreign body in the eye is different from the actual presence of a foreign body in the eye.

A person who has a foreign body sensation in his eye cannot find the foreign body that irritates his eye. In fact, the foreign body sensation in the eye occurs in the absence of the presence of a real body. People also describe blurred vision.

People who go to ophthalmology clinics with a foreign body sensation in the eye usually describe that they feel that there is sand or small particles of dirt and gravel on the surface of their eye. These people usually experience discomfort, pain and discomfort when blinking eyelid movement on the surface of their eyes.

 

What causes people to become irritated and painful in the absence of a real foreign body?

In the following, we want to acquaint you with the causes of irritated eyes with the feeling of a foreign body in the eye.

 

Anatomy (conjunctiva)

Conjunctivae are mucous membranes; the question may arise as to what is the difference with the cornea or corneas.

The conjunctiva is attached to the edge of the eyelid and the skin of the eyelid and in the middle of the anterior surface of the eye.

Interestingly, in Arabic, the name of conjunctiva is word, meaning glued, welded and connected. In the following, you will understand the reason for this naming.

 

Corneal problems

We said that the cornea is almost the main tissue whose inflammation and injuries are accompanied by foreign body sensation and irritability of the eye, but what kind of problems can the cornea themselves have that induce a sense of foreign body in the affected person, in this title We want to explain the types of cornea problems to you and describe the symptoms and ways to improve it.

 

What are the causes of irritated eyes that feel like a foreign body?

keratitis or corneal ulcers are infected. We said that in some cases it can be associated with blindness or low vision of the affected person.

You may have heard that many people who wear non-standard cosmetic lenses have blindness due to a fungal infection that builds up on a sore or scratch on the cornea.

In medical textbooks, contact lenses are the most common cause of fungal keratitis, Aspergillus and candida are the most common fungi that cause very severe keratitis inside the eye that can even lead to blindness.

The symptoms that fungal keratitis can have are almost the same as those of other keratitis because being familiar with these symptoms can be a warning to people who use non-standard cosmetic lenses and know what symptoms to take seriously.

Eye pain, blurred vision, blurred vision, redness, irritability, swelling of the eyes and swelling of the eyelids, severe photosensitivity, tears and sometimes perforation of the eye.

Often doctors start treating fungal keratitis without sampling, Antifungal drugs are commonly used and sometimes need to be taken for several months, and if these drugs and long-term treatment do not significantly control and improve the infection, corneal transplantation as soon as possible is necessary.

Antifungal drugs include natamycin, amphotericin B, or ferroconazole.

 

Autoimmune disorders (Sjogren's syndrome)

In the case of autoimmune disorders, in a person with a disorder or syndrome, the person's immune system mistakenly sees and begins to attack certain cells in certain tissues of the body instead of fighting and destroying foreign cells. And it starts attacking them and inflaming them and destroying them and disrupting its function.

We have a disorder called Sjogren's syndrome, Sjogren's syndrome occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks the lacrimal gland, salivary gland of the affected person and destroys your function, so in fact the main symptoms of Sjogren's syndrome is dry eye and dry mouth, because this People are unable to produce tears or produce enough saliva due to a problem with their tear glands.

 

Sjogren's syndrome is more common in women after the age of 40.

 

So if you are a person who feels that you have a flat body in your eyes and you rub your eyes regularly, you have irritated eyes and you think that there is sand in your eyes or if you are sensitive to light, you have blurred vision.

And if you have these symptoms and manifestations of dry mouth and difficulty swallowing and disturbing your sense of taste and you think you cannot understand the taste well lately, think about Sjogren's syndrome.

Sjogren's syndrome can affect the immune system, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, blood vessels, and other parts of the body.

 

What strategies can be used to treat Sjogren's syndrome?

In fact, the main drug used for Sjogren's syndrome to reduce ocular symptoms, which is the irritated eye with the presence of a foreign body in the eye, is the administration of artificial tear drops.

Doctors recommend using artificial tear fluid drops during the day, but at night when the person is asleep, you can use eye gel, which is a gel that is artificial tears.

 

Why does a person use eye gel?

artificial tear gel is a bit greasy, this fat causes it to be on the eyes and prevents the evaporation of these artificial tears, but why not use this gel during the day? The reason is that due to being greasy, the clarity of vision may be lost.

The reason why some eye gels blur the vision may be to interfere with the day-to-day activities of a person who needs to have full vision.

It is recommended that a person wear sunglasses or goggles, especially outside the house, especially in the open air or in an air-conditioned environment, to prevent tears from evaporating on the surface of the eye.

If the dry eye on Sjogren's syndrome was too much and could not be tolerated with these points and the eye was still irritated and painful and had a feeling of foreign body, Doctors go to block the tear ducts inside the person's eyes.

When the tear ducts are blocked, the tears stay on the surface of the eye for a longer time and do not drain from the surface of the eye sooner. In milder cases, the blockage is temporary, which means that it places a small cylinder inside the tear ducts.

These blocker devices are called punctal plaque. With punctal plaques, the tear duct is temporarily blocked. If too much dry eye was annoying and did not respond to this method, your doctor may feel the need to permanently block the tear ducts, the ducts that destroy the tears, during surgery. Sometimes it is recommended for these people to use special contact lenses to retain more moisture on the surface of the eye.

 

Blepharitis or inflammation of the edge of the eyelid

What do we mean when we talk about blepharitis?

Inflammation of the edges of the eyelids or where the eyelashes grow, if this area becomes inflamed, that area is called blepharitis.

Infections, allergies can cause blepharitis, it is interesting that according to some skin inflammations can also be associated with blepharitis, one of the most well-known seborrheic dermatitis is scaling of the head and face. This If a person suffers from blepharitis, we can also see peeling on the edge of the eyelids on the eyelashes. These people have itchy eyelids, scaly eyelids, irritated eyes, red eyes, tearing and epiphora, and a constant sense of a foreign body in their eyes.

 

What causes blepharitis?

We said that it could be allergies or various infections. Blepharitis can occur acutely, that is, the symptoms start at once. Blepharitis may or may not have ulcers. If there is inflammation of the edge of the eyelid or blepharitis that is ulcerative, we should suspect infectious agents such as tuberculosis blepharitis or blepharitis caused by the herpes simplex virus, as well as bacterial infection with Staphylococcus aureus. It can also cause an annoying, irritated, swollen, and inflamed eye blepharitis that can also cause the edge of the eyelid to heal.

 

You may have heard of an allergic disorder called hay fever. People with hay fever can experience the symptoms mentioned above without sores, although in the morning they experience more than the rest of the day, it is commonly said that allergic blepharitis affects both eyes.

 

What can we do to treat blepharitis?

In cases where there is no infection, good eyelid hygiene, warm compresses are recommended, also one of the things that doctors recommend is that the edge of the eyelids and eyelashes with lukewarm water and some irritating baby shampoo from above every night. Wash and massage the eyelid towards the tip of the eyelashes.

 

In infectious cases, that is, when there is a bacterial infection, topical antibiotic ointments that are specific to the eye because sterile eye ointments are used, and in some cases sterile antibiotic drops are used, in cases where there is a lot of inflammation and the doctor may use eye drops for a short period of time.

Occasionally, oral antibiotics, oral antivirals, oral steroids, or injections are sent for cases where blepharitis is an infection and topical treatment does not work.

Blepharitis, which can occur with an inflammation of the eye, irritated eye, and foreign body sensation, may also cause skin problems in some disorders.

Two of the most important skin problems that are associated with blepharitis and the eye and are accompanied by foreign body sensation in the eye are as follows: Seborrheic dermatitis, acne rosacea. In both cases, in order to get rid of blepharitis, it is necessary to control the underlying disease.

 

It is necessary to introduce some cases that can be accompanied by eye irritation and foreign body sensation in the eye, but do not have a common prevalence.

 

Conjunctivitis or inflammation of Conjunctiva

These irritated eyes are very noisy, which is what doctors call conjunctivitis redness of the eyes.

Red conjunctivitis is very noticeable. The eyes are very puffy, especially in the morning. The eyelid is very inflamed, there is itching and tenderness of the eyelid, there is pain and the person feels a foreign body. Viruses, bacteria and also allergic agents can cause conjunctivitis.

 

What should we do to treat conjunctivitis?

Conjunctivitis is treated differently depending on the cause. Many cases Many viruses, such as some cold viruses, can cause viral conjunctivitis. In some cases, viral conjunctivitis resolves spontaneously after about a week.

Adenoviral conjunctivitis is extremely annoying, causes painful and irritated eyes, and is highly contagious.

 

pterygium

The pterygium is actually a tissue that is often encouraged to be extra flesh or an extra tissue growth in the conjunctiva of the eye.

 

The pterygium usually forms on the inner side of the eye, (the inner corner of the eye where it is close to the nose.) The pterygium can be formed following a wound. It can be very small and not very annoying, but it can be very large fingernails affect the field of view.

 

One of the proven causes of pterygium is exposure with ultraviolet. In addition to chronic exposure to ultraviolet, dust and wind, can also increase the risk of pterygium exposure.

 

We can say that pterygium is very common in farmers, gardeners and paddy farmers, perhaps because these people are constantly exposed to the sun's ultraviolet light.

But the important point it is definitely recommended to use even, sunglasses and artificial tears after pterygium surgery.

One of the autoimmune disorders that can be associated with irritated eye problems and dry eye and keratitis is a disease called ocular pneumonia.

 

When should you see a doctor?

We said that if a person has a corneal rupture or corneal incision, if a person has a corneal ulcer, if a person has an infectious corneal ulcer or keratitis, if a person uses contact lenses and now has eye irritation and a foreign body sensation in the eye.

If a person thinks that there really is a body in his eye, for example, a person who is in an environment where there is dust and is moving and now feels that dust, pebbles, gravel has entered his eye, these people must see a doctor immediately to avoid the permanent side effects of ocular inflammation.

We emphasize that if you have irritated eyes in addition to a foreign body sensation in the eyes and have recently suffered from severe vision loss, it is necessary to visit a well-equipped ophthalmology clinic.

Ectropion and entropion can both be associated with pain, irritated eyes, discharge, and itching.

So we can say that without really having anything inside the person's eye, the feeling of a foreign body will cause discomfort and unpleasant feeling and eye pain in the person.

 

cornea

The cornea is a transparent, very small diameter layer located in the center and front of the eyeball. The thickness of the cornea is about 10 to 12 mm.

The cornea has no veins inside it. The cornea must have a very polished and smooth surface in order for us to have a clear and unambiguous vision. To be blurred.

In fact, the cornea is the transparent part of the eye. Although the cornea lacks blood vessels, it has many nerve fibers.

If there is a problem with the cornea, even if it does not affect the inside of your eye, it will cause you to perceive the problem as a feeling of a foreign object in the eye while no real object has entered your eye.

According to doctors, the sensation of a foreign body in the eye that manifests itself with irritation, pain and redness of the eyeball is usually due to inflammation and problems that occur in the superficial layer of the eyeball called the cornea or cornea.

In addition to conjunctivitis, problems with the conjunctiva or inflammation of the conjunctiva can also cause a foreign body to feel inflamed, irritated, red and painful.

Inflammation of the edges of the eyelids, which doctors call blepharitis, can also be the cause of a foreign body sensation in your inflamed and irritated eyes. First, let's get a brief explanation about the location or corner of the conjunctiva.

In the following, we present a very brief anatomy of the cornea and conjunctiva tissue.

The cause of most cases that are irritated with the eye and the feeling of a foreign body in the eye is referred to ophthalmology clinics or emergencies. Inflammation in some cases is due to ulcers and corneal injuries.  

These nerves are stimulated by the slightest damage and give us the feeling of a foreign body.

Now that we are familiar with the approximate structure of the cornea and the conjunctiva as the main tissues that cause eye irritation following the sensation of a foreign body, we will continue in detail and classify the problems and disorders of each of these parts.

 

In each section, in addition to explaining the cause of the eye irritant, we tried to explain the accompanying symptoms and to some extent the treatment measures that are recommended to improve and eliminate it.

 

The first corneal disorder: corneal abrasion

Since the thin, very nerve-wrapped layer of the cornea is located exactly in the middle of our eye, it is obvious that this layer of eye is more prone to damage than any other layer, such as when a person has long nails and wants to rub his eye. Or steam the edge of your eyelid, Nails are very likely to damage the cornea of ​​the eye or for women who use eyelash brushes, it is very likely that the brush will cause irritation and a shallow scratch on the cornea when it hits the surface of the cornea. These people feel that something has entered their eyes after this incident, they may shed a lot of tears or they may not be able to open their eyelids easily in bright environments.

It is said that the most common disorder that is accompanied by eye irritation and a feeling of flatulence in the eye is corneal abrasion.

 

Now let's see what are the symptoms of a person suffering from corneal scratching:

  • Severe pain and discomfort
  • red eyes
  • eye pain
  • discomfort when blinking
  • blurred vision
  • sensitivity to light or fear of light or photophobia
  • tearing or epiphora.

 

We said that the most common cause of foreign body ! in the eye is minor and superficial scratches on the cornea, due to its very rich innervation, this damage in the form of a feeling of a foreign body or gravel on the surface. The eye induces the affected person.

 

What are the treatment options for corneal abrasions?

If you have a corneal scratch and you have high symptoms and you experience an unpleasant feeling in your eyes and your eyes are irritated and inflamed, you should know that if the scratch and damage is very small and shallow, the corneal repair layer repairs itself about 24 to 48 hours after the injury

That is, about 48 hours after making a small shallow scratch, eye irritation decreases and ends, but if the scratches are longer or deeper, they need more time to recover, sometimes up to 7 days. It may also take a long time.

Doctors offer the following recommendations for the treatment of corneal abrasions, especially those that cause severe symptoms:

It is said that it is better to avoid trauma, injury, scratching and further irritation with dust, perfumes, odors and chemicals in the environment, so as not to let these irritated eyes further irritate the eyes It is better to do eye dressing

A person who suffers from corneal abrasions and has a feeling of foreign body in his eyes, we said that he also has eye pain, ophthalmologists use drops to reduce and relieve pain in these cases, which causes dilatation of the pupil of the eye, dilatation of the pupil of the eye muscle Relaxes the muscles under the cornea and reduces pain,

Occasionally, depending on the condition of the injured person and the type of injury, antibiotic eye drops may be prescribed to prevent corneal infections. Do not drop any drops, Corticosteroid eye drops, such as spring beta-metazones, and eye beta-metazone drops may also reduce inflammation, but keep in mind that corticosteroid eye drops will delay the healing.

 

Corneal ulcers

What do we mean when we talk about corneal ulcers?

We said that scratches can be made on the cornea or it can be a full thickness cut or a cut or a tear or a part of the thickness can be torn and cut.

What is the difference between a corneal wound and a scratch? Minor issues are that infections can spread to corneal ulcers very quickly.

Basically, people who have underlying problems and suffer from severe dry eyes are more likely to suffer from corneal ulcers. In these people, all kinds of viral, bacterial, fungal and even parasitic infections easily get corneal ulcers and cause infectious corneal ulcers.

One of the most common cases is that when a person with dry eye tries to rub his eye, during this rubbing it is possible that the fungus comes into contact with a very small contact between the nail and the corneal wound or the surface of the cornea. And the types of bacteria that are under a person's nails can be transmitted to the wound and cause wounds to infect the cornea, some of which can cause very serious conditions.

 

What are the clinical signs and symptoms when a corneal ulcer becomes infected?

Some of these signs and symptoms are as follows:

The person becomes sensitive to light, swollen eyelids, inflamed, irritated and puffy eyes, may have discharge and in some cases purulent discharge, the person may need to rub his eyes regularly, Blinking is very painful for the person, he feels that when the eyelid is pulled on his cornea, there is something on the cornea such as sand, glass shards, there is an unpleasant feeling in the eyeball, there is redness of the eyes, in some cases there are white spots on the cornea and in even more severe cases, corneal perforation may occur.

We said that there are different types of infectious agents that cause corneal ulcers, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi.

 

What are the most common causes of corneal ulcer infection?

In general, people who have dry eyes for any reason, people who wear medical or cosmetic contact lenses, especially people who use non-standard cosmetic lenses. And these contact lenses are not placed in sterile solutions or people who use long nails to put these lenses inside their eyes and unfortunately transfer the fungi and bacteria that are under their nails to the lens and the surface of the cornea.

 

When an infectious corneal ulcer occurs, how does the doctor treat it?

The ophthalmologist uses the appropriate antibiotic, antiviral, or antifungal agent, depending on whether the infection was caused by a bacterium, virus, or fungus. When the infection is controlled, another concern is where the wound is.

When it is repaired, a scar is formed. In these cases, they use intraocular drops, cholesterol cholesterol and anti-inflammatory drops temporarily and in a controlled manner.

We emphasize again that cholesterol cholesterol eye drops should not be taken arbitrary and in doses higher than the dose prescribed by your doctor, in cases where there are infectious corneal ulcers and the corneal ulcer is so advanced that it causes visual impairment and decreased vision. Doctors will recommend a corneal transplant.

 

Corneal incision

When a part of the diameter and thickness of the cornea that we have said is about 10 to 12 mm or part of this or the whole of it is torn, the infected person will face a very serious and dangerous condition.

When there is a rupture or incision of the cornea, (all of the thickness or part of the thickness) to prevent permanent side effects, one of which can be vision loss, the patient must go to an emergency ophthalmologist, it is said that when the corneal rupture occurs The eye becomes very painful when blinking, and the person experiences an inflamed swollen eye that feels something inside the eye.

We said that corneal rupture is a serious and serious ophthalmological condition and requires to be examined and treated as soon as possible.

To prevent further damage, ophthalmologists say that when a person has a ruptured cornea, it is best to put as much plastic cup on the eye as possible while rushing to the ophthalmologist. In order to prevent further damage from the entry of dust, dirt, airborne pollen and chemicals in the air into the damaged eye, when he wants to see a doctor, he should not take any arbitrary action on the eye that has a ruptured or cut cornea.

What it means is that you should not wash your eyes with water, you should not look for what is inside your eyes, you should not steam your eyes, you should not squeeze or rub your eyelids and We also strongly recommend that you do not arbitrarily drip any eye drops on an eye that has a ruptured or cut cornea.

 It is said that it is better for people not to use ibuprofen to relieve pain while they are on their way to the treatment center, as ibuprofen may cause coagulation problems and increase bleeding.

 

Dry eyes

As you know, when the lacrimal glands produce tears, tears play a big role in life, and in the function of our eyes.

Tears are made up of three parts, which are fat and mucus from the surface to the depth, respectively. In fact, on the surface of the eye and fat, the outermost layer is the tear, whenever the lacrimal glands of our eyes cannot secrete tears. Either due to the discharge of tears from the eyes becomes more or this normal balance and balance that is lost between these three components, namely fat and mucus water, then dry eye occurs. People with dry eyes feel that their eyes are irritated and constantly feel sand in their eyes.

People with dry eyes feel that their eyes are irritated and constantly feel sand in their eyes, these people sometimes say that there is a scratch on the surface of their eyes. Or something sharp like a needle is stuck in the surface of their eyes. These people have blurred vision.

 

What are the most common types of dry eye? Here are some common types of dry eye:

  • People over the age of 65 and over 70
  • Women, in general, women experience more dry eye during pregnancy or when using hormonal contraceptives, as well as around menopause.

 

  • People who live in polluted environments, that is, environments where smoky air or an environment that has a dry climate or an environment where the wind blows a lot, are more likely to experience eye-popping people.

 

  • Some underlying conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid problems and diabetes can also predispose a person to dry eye. Finally, medications such as antihistamines, conjunctivitis, and some antihypertensive and antidepressant medications can reduce the production and secretion of tears and cause dry eyes.

 

What should we do to treat dry eye?

Treatment should be depending on the severity of dry eye. As we have said, in mild cases, he can use tears, artificial tear drops during the day and artificial tear gels at night, or they can be prescribed topical and sterile eye surgeries. In some cases, the doctor prefers to use drugs that produce and stimulate the secretion of tears, in addition to taking these medications, these people are advised to wear sunglasses or goggles, in more severe cases, it may be necessary to temporarily or permanently close the tear ducts.

In fact, the formation of a fat mass that forms on the inner surface of a person's eyelids can grow and enlarge a lot, and in addition to irritating the eyes and creating a foreign body sensation in the eyes, it can also cause vision problems.

 

Chalazion

In fact, Chalazion is the formation of a fat mass that forms on the inner surface of a person's eyelids can grow and enlarge a lot, and in addition to irritating the eyes and creating a foreign body sensation in the eyes, it can also cause vision problems.

Chalazion is usually a painless mass, so it is recommended to use a warm compress to treat small chalazion and generally as the first step in their treatment.

 

What is a warm compress and how can we prepare a warm compress for the eyes and eyelids?

Dip a clean towel in clean warm water and take out the excess water, then place the cloth on the inflamed eyelid for 10 to 15 minutes, after which time gently massage the eyelid.

The benefit is that, first of all, the heat causes the fat to harden, which in fact softens the tip of the sebaceous gland, which is next to where the eyelashes grow.

 

It is recommended to use warm compresses 4 to 5 times a day in chalazion. Sometimes, depending on the condition, the doctor may also use sterile topical eye ointment or eye drops. And you did not conclude that the next step in treatment is surgery.

Reactions to eye drops in the eyes of some people can also be accompanied by the above picture, usually these people have a lot of itching.

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