... I think I have a scratch on my eye. ... (0 replies)
... Trying to figure out if I should be worried. I have had a lot going on with my left eye for some time now and at this point I don't know if it is coincidence or if the symptoms are related in some way. ... (1 replies)
... UPDATE: Well apparently I have two problems!
Last night I took a flashlight and held open my eyelid, looked up there, and saw a small black object lodged under it. I took it out with a bit of tissue, and suddenly the annoying scratchiness is gone!
However, I am still getting blurry vision every once in a while, and when I run to the mirror, I can still see the transparent... (5 replies)
... It is of course, possible that the branch did not scratch your eye at all. I would think that any ophthalmologist who is worth anything would notice a scratch on your cornea. ... (3 replies)
... You should go back and see the eye doctor you could be developing a more intense eye infection. Some people do commonly get these red dots on there eye and usually is just really normal but because of your infections you need to go back. ... (1 replies)
... I went to my GP the other day for different reasons and had him look for a scratch but he didn't see one. ... (1 replies)
... Note: Sorry for the relatively long post. I thought that more detail might result in a better analysis. Skip to the bold text below for the summary.
I have myopia and have worn glasses since the first grade. I started wearing contact lenses several years ago. Sometime within the last few years, my right eye started feeling weird. I thought it felt like my eye was pressured.... (0 replies)
... My eyes don't itch, my eyelids are always swollen, I always have 'eye goobers', and I get bumps on my eyelids underneath my lashes. ... (5 replies)
... avoid every potential erosion as I have. Also, consider not going to sleep while laying on your back but always apply the artificial tears when you awaken while on your back applying where the nose and eye meets and apply in your eye so that gravity allows the tears to lubricate your eyes. ... (13 replies)
... This board is great! Nice to know that others have experienced the same problems. Anyhow on to my story. Last winter had inflammed eyelids and redness in left eye. Eye doctor said it was likely an alergy prescribed Alerex drops which worked. ... (88 replies)
... as enough to make me want to jump off the operating table, and I suspected that there were going to be problems. I was right. I ended up with an inflamed mound on the white of my eye due to sutures that were not properly placed. ... (12 replies)
... cornea. You could take off a piece of your cornea if you do it the wrong way. And I don't know about you, but I don't have a steady enough hand to do eye surgery on myself! ... (40 replies)
... re. The eyelashes or whatever is causing it, rubs the cornea and creates several small scratches. But the thing is, as my eye doctor has told me, the size of the scratch really doesn't matter as far as the pain factor goes. Big or small, it hurts just the same. ... (33 replies)
... Mine is the same as always. My upper right eyelid also feels very sensitive, like I might be developing a blocked oil gland or something. ... (91 replies)
... my eye nor does he see any foriegn body stuck to my eyelid, but he does see the dermatitus, for which gave me the bacitracin that I already told you about. I was on my way, hoping that the abrasion feeling would never return. ... (74 replies)
... Tobradex is a very good anti-biotic drop, but you have to be careful with it because if he has any sort of erosion on the cornea (an abbrasion, a scratch, etc...) he absolutely cannot use a steroid until it is completely healed. Steroids can prohibit healing.
Yes, unfortunately I do know an awful lot about eye problems. I have more than my share. If you ever want to know... (6 replies)
... became very itchy. I also itched it and it became swollen. The swelling wasn't real bad and went down after a day but then my eyelid got real dry and scaly looking and started to flake. It would not go away. ... (2 replies)