Need immediate help for my eye injury with glass piece stuck in corneaHi Sir,
Need immediate help for my right eye injury with glass peice stuck in cornea.
On Saturday (12/29), i had an eye accident while playing racket ball. racket hit my glass. i got cuts on eyelids, around eye and mey became red.
I immediately did water splash for eye and then put ice pack and went to optometrician, since no opthalmologist was open on saturday.
They checked my eye with all the test and finally said there are 5 abrasions on the eye lens and cornea area.
They gave me an aointment( NEOMYC-BACIT-POLYMIX) and asked me come monday (12/13).
I didn't go there instead, monday early morning, I looked for an Opthalmologist so that an Eye MD checks eye and suggest me since its was an eye injury.
I found an Opthalmologist and went to him immediately. After checking my eye thouroughyl, doctor found 3 pieces of glasses (vey tiny, he had to pick using eye plucker after giving em anesthesia)
from my eye, removed them and then told me, there is fourth one still stuck in my cornea.
i said i didn't feel any glasses,he said it deep in cornea, so i asked, can't we remove that one too.
He said, from pros and cons point of view, It's better to leave the glass piece still intact in my eye lens,
which can either be removed in future on its own or will always be there till whole life and might contribute for
little vision problems now and might impact through other eye problems later in my life
He said, if he tries to remove it, there might be a cut in the cornea, which might end up in immediate operation.
He gave me bandage contract lens for right eye and asked me for to revisit thrusday (1/3/2013) or friday (1/4/2013) to remove that which can help in eye healing
also gave me eye drop- CIPROFLOXACIN 0.3% . 4 times a day, i am taking it every 4-5 hrs and helps me soothing my eye.
So as of now i have less vision in my right eye and it feels uncomfortable (little dryness) many times a day, but no pain.
After taking eye drop,it becomes better for some hours.
So i need help on how to remove that fourth glass peice still stuck in my cornea and get my eye become as much normal as possible.
any help would be appreciated.
goldy_dude on 2013-01-02
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♥ kadwa 7 years ago
Today i had visited my doctor and he removed the bandage contract lens from right eye and says eye is better tnow.
So right now i don't have any pain or mostly no un-easyness in eye, sometimes very little.
Now the real question is how to get that glass piece which is stuck in cornea but didn't reach eye lens.
As per doctor, surgery is only 1 option which is not recommended right now.
So which medicine i should take now and how long
Thanks for help.
[message edited by goldy_dude on Thu, 03 Jan 2013 21:18:17 GMT]
[message edited by goldy_dude on Thu, 03 Jan 2013 22:21:14 GMT]
goldy_dude 7 years ago
But how would i know that it came out until i meet my eye doctor which is scheduled for jan 25th as of now.
thanks for your time and help.
[message edited by goldy_dude on Sun, 06 Jan 2013 20:13:54 GMT]
[message edited by goldy_dude on Sun, 06 Jan 2013 20:15:30 GMT]
goldy_dude 7 years ago
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