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A 43-year-old female asked:

my friend that i've told you about she sometimes have foggy looking eyes an she has glassy looking as when she looks in the mirror .. help ?

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Dr. David Earle
General Surgery 31 years experience
Not enough info: No specific diagnosis can be made from this. Intoxication from alcohol and drugs could cause the glassy eyed appearance. If you're worried, talk to your friend about seeing a doctor. Hope this helps!

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My friend is an outdoor person, thing gets into her eyes, what would happen if she doesn't rub it/get the things out of her eyes. ?

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Dr. Patrick Kohlitz
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It depends: It depends on what type of "things" are getting into her eyes. They eyes are very resilient and secrete tears that wash most small particles out of the eyes. Generally, it is ok to rub your eyes at any time but it doesn`t really help get anything out of the eyes.

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